FRAMINGHAM – Five Framingham homes were broken into on July 3 and 4 in the Dunning Elementary and Walsh Middle school neighborhoods, according to police.
On July 3 at 9:41 p.m. a home at 11 Scott Drive reported an attempted breaking & entering.
On July 3 at 10:09 p.m. a home at 51 Frost Street reported an attempted breaking & entering.
Framingham Police believe these two reports are related, said the police spokesperson.
“We are compiling photos/video and have not identified any suspects at this time,” said Lt. Rachel Mickens.
“Attempted entry was through a window at this residence,” said Lt. Mickens.
On the morning of July 4 at 6:43 a.m. a report of a breaking & entering was made to police at 8 Livoli Road.
“It is unclear how entry was made,” said Lt. Mickens. “Suspect was seen exiting through a door.”
Police said it is “unknown if anything was taken. No one home at the time,” said Lt. Mickens.
Also on July 4, at 9:08 a.m. a report of a breaking & entering at 12 Fairfield Road was made to police.
“It appears entry was made through a window,” said Lt. Mickens. “No one home at time.”
On July 4 at 5:12 p.m. police received a report of a breaking & entering at 37 Anderson Road.
Police believe the “suspect entered through a window. No one home at the time,” said Lt. Mickens.
Police are waiting see what was stolen if anything from the five addresses.
All five breaking & entering reports are under investigation.