Vehicles were broken into and cars were vandalized in two separate incidents in Newtown Township recently, according to police.
On Sept. 1, on the unit block of Main Street, two vehicles were reportedly broken into and change was stolen from inside, according to Newtown Township Police.
Four vehicles were parked in front of the multi-car detached garage and the residents told police the vehicles were locked, according to police.
The residents were prior victims of thefts from their vehicles
and consequently make sure they lock their cars always, according to police, but when they went
out to the driveway they immediately noticed that all four door locks on two cars were unlocked.
A small amount of change, between $3 and $4, was taken from an ashtray of one of the vehicles and a small change purse was missing from another car, according to police.
The two other vehicles parked in the driveway did not
appear to have been entered and a white van which was unlocked and had about $10 of
change inside but was untouched, according to police.
In a separate incident, on Sept. 14 on the 300 block of Media Line Road, a man reported to police that his two cars
had been vandalized, according to police.
A couple weeks prior, the man noticed
that both cars had been "keyed" and he paid $200 to have the cars detailed, according to police.
initially appeared to improve but a few days later the damage returned and
looked worse, according to police.
It may cost up to
$1,000 per car to have them painted, according to police.