A gun and jewelry were stolen from a Broomall residence recently, according to Marple Township Police.
On Oct. 2, a resident of the unit block of S. New Ardmore Avenue reported to police that he left his house at about 12:30 p.m. and when he returned at about 1:30 p.m., he discovered a burglary, according to police.
It appeared the burglar pushed a screen into a "florida" room as it was sitting upright next to a table and the master bedroom had been ransacked, according to police.
The resident is a U.S. Air Marshall and told police his small
safe, which contained his duty weapon, was stolen, according to police.
A large amount of his wife’s jewelry was also taken, according to police.
The resident reported to the government that the gun, valued at about $600, was stolen, according to police.