Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department investigates string of burglaries over Memorial Day weekend
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Department is investigating several burglaries that occurred over Memorial Day weekend.
The first burglary was reported at 7:20 a.m. Saturday at a business in the 6600 block of Rawsonville Road in Ypsilanti Township.
Reports say entry was gained through an unlocked window, and two unlocked vehicles parked out front also were entered. A computer, GPS, AM/FM cassette stereo, one walkman, an iPod and an amplifier/kicker box were taken, reports say.
Two burglaries were reported Sunday. Reports say multiple items were taken from a home in the 400 block of Woodland Avenue in Ypsilanti Township. Another break-in occurred at a home in the 7900 block of West Huron River Drive in Webster Township.
Three burglaries were reported on Monday involving homes in Ypsilanti Township.
- A PS3 video game system was stolen from a home in the 200 block of Kirk Street, with entry gained through a sliding glass door, reports say.
- A home in the 1500 block of Village Lane was broken into through the front door, according to the sheriff’s department. Reports say two TVs, two video game consoles, several video games, DVDs, a laptop computer and a Jordan watch series were taken.
- A home in the 800 block of Gates Road was entered by someone who kicked in the rear door, reports say. Reports say one flat-screen TV and one Dell computer were taken.
The burglaries remain under investigation. No arrests have been made.