Multiple Vehicles Burglarized, Vandalized in Paramus, Police Say
Two vehicles were broken into and another two were vandalized in residential neighborhoods all within a 3-mile radius, according to police.
Two vehicles were broken into overnight while parked in residential driveways and another two vehicles were vandalized this weekend, according to Paramus Police Lt. John Scully.
All the incidents occured in residential neighborhoods within about a 3-mile radius.
An electronic device and personal items were taken from a vehicle on Galda Road on Saturday. On Monday an electronic device and cash were reported stolen from a vehicle on East Linwood Avenue, said Scully.
Sometime late Friday or early Saturday, two vehicles had their windows smashed while parked outside their homes, said Scully.
A vehicle on Princeton Terrace had its driver side rear window smashed and a vehicle on Seton Hall Drive had its passenger side rear window shattered, he reported. Scully said no items were taken in these two cases.
Police Tuesday asked that anyone with information pertaining to these crimes call 201-262-3400.