March 28

Another View Ridge break-in while family sleeps

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View Ridge residents are sending out another Block Watch Alert after another home was broken into — again while a family was inside sleeping.

The break-in occurred early Sunday (between 3 a.m. to 6 a.m.) near the intersection of 49th Avenue Northeast and NE 70th Street, the alert said. Entry was made through a door, the alert goes on to say, that had not automatically locked when closed.

Computers and other office equipment, car keys and alcohol were taken. An unlocked car on the street also was entered. No word on whether anything was taken from the car.

The family that was victimized is asking neighbors to check their garbage for anything that might have been disposed of nearby.

The break-in comes a month after several View Ridge break-ins last month in which the burglar(s) entered while people were in their homes.

The Block Watch group that sent out Sunday’s alert also reminds residents to:

–Use your alarms if you have them
–Leave porch lights lit at night
–Light the interior of your home when you are not there
–Call 911 if you experience any theft
–Alert neighbors if you experience any theft

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