Two Riverton Home Burglaries Occur in Two Days
Police are asking residents to call with any information.
Riverton Police are investigating two borough home burglaries in two days and are asking all residents to call them if they see anything suspicious.
On Jan. 28, a home on Carriage House Lane was broken into and jewelry, electronics and money were stolen, said Riverton Police Chief John Shaw.
A second burglary was reported on the 600 block of Thomas Avenue. Again, Shaw said, forced entry was made and various electronics and other items were taken.
“We don’t get too many [burglaries],” Shaw said. “The last one was several months ago.”
Shaw said he wanted residents to know about it, “especially the fact that they were back to back.”
“I want to make people aware of it,” he said.
Shaw said if anyone sees anything suspicious, they should call the Riverton Police at 856-829-1212.
“Call us, let us check it out,” Shaw said. “Even if it’s a noise you hear.”
Callers may remain anonymous.
Residents are reminded to lock all doors and windows.