The trend of east end break-ins in Dearborn continued over the past week, according to Dearborn police reports.
After the new year started off with –almost all of them occurring in east Dearborn–another 10 were reported between Jan. 9-17. Once again, most were reported in the Ford Woods and Hemlock neighborhoods.
Four break-ins occurred at local businesses, including and .
In the case of Al-Andalus, police responded to the business at 5:26 a.m. Jan 12 and found that the front window of the business had been smashed. However, the bakery manager found no signs of anything missing.
The break-in at Al-Ameer occurred between 12:30-7 a.m. Jan 10, when the front window was also shattered some time during the night, according to the owner. He found that $150 had been stolen from the register, as well as a meat grinder worth $450.
Details about the other two business break-ins, which were reported Jan. 11 and 16 on the 6500 and 6600 blocks of Greenfield, were not immediately available.
Home break-ins were reported within the past week on Jan. 9 in the 21500 block of Homer; Jan. 12 in the 7300 block of Theisen; Jan. 13 in the 7500 block of Freda and the 7400 block of Indiana; Jan 14 in the 7100 block of Yinger; and Jan 16 in the 1600 block of Wyoming.
Most of the thefts were of electronics, including televisions, video game systems and DVD players.
In the case of a report on the 7400 block of Indiana, the homeowner told police that when she came home around 3 p.m., she noticed things out of place, but nothing missing. The resident told police that a door and window had been opened and her dresser drawer gone through. Also disturbed was a 357 Magnum handgun that had been removed from its case in her closet–but not taken.
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