The is currently investigating three residential break-ins from late last week. Two of the break-ins were on Adams Street with a third nearby on Randolph Avenue.
The breaking and entering incidents all occurred during the day on Thursday, July 12. While Deputy Chief Charles Paris said the crimes appear to be connected, there are no suspects.
“Right now, we have no leads,” said Paris.
The first Adams Street break-in occurred between 11 a.m. and 2:41 p.m., according to the Milton Police Log. Jewelry, silverware and personal papers were among the missing items.
Entry to that home was made through a side door that appeared to be pried with a crow bar.
The next incident reported was the Randolph Avenue home. Electronics, a telescope and jewelry were all reported stolen.
According to Paris, entry to this home may have been gained through a second floor window that would have required a ladder. No ladder was found on the scene. When asked if the suspect vehicle could have been maintenance vehicle, Paris said it was possible, but said there was “no guarantee” access was made through the second floor window.
The final break-in reported occurred next door to the first Adams Street home. This home appeared to be entered via a front window and electronics and change were reported missing.
Anyone with information about these incidents can contact the Milton Police Department via its anonymous tip email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone number, 617-698-2677.