A Kinnelon home was burglarized twice in less than a week, police said.
Jewelry was taken from a Fayson Lake Road home earlier this month and police continue to search for an SUV in connection with the burglary, authorities said.
Detective Sgt. David Crouthamel said the home was burglarized twice in a week. A neighbor reported seeing a man with dark hair place a computer monitor into the back of a small orange SUV on Saturday, Sept. 7.
Crouthamel said the same house was burglarized against last Wednesday. Two class rings were taken from the house, he said. The rings were from Franklin College Class of 1976. They each had a black stone on top of them, police said.
A “bunch of containers of change” were also taken from the house, said Crouthamel, who did not have an exact value of the rings nor how much change was taken.
Crouthamel said the burglary on Wednesday likely occurred between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
“Burglaries don’t usually occur in this neighborhood, let alone to the same house, which is very strange,” Crouthamel said.
Police sent out a text alert about the reported burglaries last week.
Anyone with information regarding the incidents should contact the Kinnelon police department’s detective bureau at 973-838-5400.