Burglary and theft incidents in Dandan, Kagman

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(DPS) — On Tuesday, Dec, 24, 2019, at about 8:10 p.m., Department of Public Safety police officers were conducting routine patrol in Dandan when an individual flagged them down. The individual reported a burglary and theft incident that occurred at his son’s home.

The individual told officers that he went to the home to turn the outside lights on. When he entered the home he immediately noticed scattered items throughout the house and saw that one of the doors leading out of the house was slightly open.

Officers conducted a quick walk around the parameter and observed a damaged window screen on one side of the home.

The owner of the home conducted a quick inventory of his belongings. He said the following items were missing: one black Hewlett Packard computer with a red keyboard; one Apple iPad with a black case; one black Coach men’s handbag; and one red iPhone 7.

DPS would like to remind the public to be diligent when purchasing electronics from unknown individuals.

In Kagman

On Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2019, at about 11:26 p.m., DPS received a 911 call reporting a burglary and theft incident at a private residence in Kagman. Police were dispatched to the scene.

At about 11:33 p.m., police arrived on scene and met with the caller who lives at the home. The caller told officers that someone had broken one of the doors to get into the home. When police entered the home, they noticed belongings, clothes, and presents scattered throughout the house.

At the back side of the home, police noticed wrapping paper near a box for a Greek branded vape product.

After a quick inventory of the home, items reported missing from the residence included one Greek branded electronic vape product; one custom-made ukulele with the name “Britney” engraved on it; one black Bose portable bluetooth speaker; and one black and white sports bag.

Again, DPS would like to remind the public to be diligent when purchasing electronics from unknown individuals.

These two cases are ongoing. If you have any information about these incidents or the whereabouts of the stolen items, call 911. If you wish to remain anonymous call the CNMI Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272.

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