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Northfield Police warn of break-ins

Chief reminds residents to lock car, home doors, windows

NORTHFIELD — Police are urging residents to keep their cars and homes locked up tight due to recent break-ins.

There have been four break-ins in the last month, according to acting Chief Robert Leighton.

Most of them have occurred during the day, and thieves have made off with power equipment, jewelry and coins, among other things, Leighton said.

Leighton said police are following up on tips and leads given by witnesses.

Leighton said residents should lock the doors and windows of their homes and vehicles. He asks that anyone who sees something suspicious promptly call police at 413-498-5118.

Residents who will be out of town for extended periods may request that police make regular checks of their property. House check forms can be picked up at town hall, or printed from goo.gl/FkSw5U and returned to the Northfield Police Department.

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