Northampton Township Police reported several thefts and burglaries in the Sept. 14 police blotter.
Burglary – Residential – Forced
100 block of Hidden Cove Drive
On Monday, Sept. 10, officers responded to a residential alarm in the 100 block of Hidden Cover Drive at nearly 2 a.m. On arrival they found a ladder had been placed outside a second floor window that was open with the screen was out. No one was found in the home, however, the homeowner reported that a large number of collectibles had been stolen. The dollar value was not known at the time of the report.
Theft from Vehicle
Unit block of Seedling Drive
On Tuesday, Sept. 11, a resident who parked his car on the unit block of Seedling Drive reported that sometime overnight someone had entered his unlocked vehicle and stole a GPS unit and $30 of cash.
100 block of Peach Blossom Lane
A homeowner on the 100 block of Peach Blossom Lane reported discovering that approximately $3,000 worth of jewelry had been stolen from her bedroom sometime between July 26 and the date of the report, Sept. 12.
Burglary - Residential – Forced
Unit block of Langhorne Avenue
On Wednesday, Sept. 12, a resident reported that sometime between 1:30 and 5:05 a.m. someone had forced entry into their home on the unit block of Langhorne Avenue via a rear door. An undetermined amount of collectible coins were stolen from the residence.