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Burglary, theft incidents probed

Published November 18. 2009 05:00PM

State police at Lehighton are investigating a burglary and theft incidents.

The break-in occurred at the home of Jeffrey Romansky, 29, of Lot 2, Jungle Road, Kunkletown, Polk Township, Monroe County. Entry was forcibly made to a garage and the criminals proceeded to remove various power tools including a paint sprayer, miter saw, pressure washer and chainsaw. Total estimated value of the missing items was $2,000. The incident occurred sometime between Nov. 9-12.

Corey Fedor, 30, of 1690 Stagecoach Road West, Palmerton, Towamensing Township, reported someone entered his vehicle parked near his home and removed a Pro Series chainsaw. The chainsaw is white and orange in color and valued at $1,200.

A.J. Shoemaker, 76, of 30 Hatchery Rd., in Jim Thorpe, Penn Forest Township, reported someone entered on his property at removed a used truck radiator along with several boat chocks. They also damaged plywood which was located on the property. The incident occurred sometime between Nov. 9-13.

David G. Boyer, 47, of Haney Rd., Evergreen Lakes, Kunkletown, Polk Township, reported someone removed a 1989 Dodge Caravan with a black Yakama roof rack from his residence. The vehicle is two-tone blue. The incident occurred sometime between Nov. 11-15.

Anyone with information on any of these incidents is asked to call troopers at (610) 377-4270.

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