Two more break-ins in Turners Falls
TURNERS FALLS — Montague police were investigating two more break-ins on Friday and would only say that they are similar to the break-in at 2nd Street Baking Co. earlier this week.
This time, Shady Glen diner on Avenue A and Jarvis Pools and Spas, also known as Apollo Pools, on Unity Street, were broken into. The diner’s door was kicked in and an Apollo’s window was broken, according to Montague Police Sgt. Chris Williams.
The sergeant said police have a suspect, but would not release any other information, including what, if anything, was taken.
Williams said the break-ins are still under investigation and police are searching for the suspect.
According to the Greenfield Police Department’s log on Friday, the force sent its bloodhound to help Montague Police search the Unity Park area.
Williams said it will be a day or two before police can release more information.
There was a break-in at the bakery, owned by Laura and Joshua Puchalski, on Thursday at about 3 a.m.
“We are sad to say someone broke into our bakery tonight, damaging our door and stealing our cash drawer,” the owners posted on Facebook.
Then, they put out a plea to anyone who might have information to help police.
According to the Facebook post, the person or people who broke into the bakery broke through the side door, broke the dead bolt lock and took the change left there to start the day on Friday.
On Dec. 17, there was a break-in at Scotty’s Convenience Store on Unity Street. That one was believed to have happened overnight and is still under investigation, according to Montague police.