The residents, a married couple, told officers that sometime between 5 p.m. Oct. 7 and 10:15 a.m. Oct. 8, someone had broken into the home and stolen the wife's jewelry, according to a police report.
The couple told officers they had spent the previous evening with family, returning that morning to find the rear door open and the dead bolt on it broken, and the screen of the outer door had been cut, according to the report.
Several pieces of jewelry had been taken from the home, including:
- A woman's gold ring, 15K, with a yellow stone, worth $500.
- An 18K gold necklace worth $350.
- An 18K gold bracelet with a purple and lilac stone worth $300
- A pair of gold, round earrings.
Officers spoke with several neighbors, none of whom reported hearing anything during the suspected time of the break-in.