Police arrested a not terribly stealthy Palmyra man for allegedly breaking into a Harbour home last week.
Palmyra Police were dispatched to a residence in the Harbour section of town last Friday afternoon for an activated burglar alarm. The front window of the home had been smashed, but nothing was missing from inside.
A witness told police she heard the glass break and saw someone climbing through the window into the home. Two other witnesses also noticed a suspicious man in the area at the time of the break-in, according to police. All three witnesses gave the same description of the suspect.
Police located the man—identified as Sean Pavlichko, 27—a short time later, still in the area, according to a report. The witnesses confirmed Pavlichko was the same man they had all seen.
Pavlichko—recently wanted by the Burlington County Sheriff’s Department for allegedly violating his probation—was arrested and charged with criminal trespass and criminal mischief. He was unable to post $5,000 bail and was placed in Burlington County Jail, pending a court hearing.Information provided by Palmyra Police. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.