posted on July 06, 2012 17:50
A large number of burglaries have been reported across Genesee County this past week.
The rash of burglaries seemed to have started this past Tuesday when some Pavilion residents reported that they woke up to find their shed doors and gates open, their personal items were moved, but nothing was taken.
Chief Deputy Jerome Brewster said then there was a report that two dirt bikes stolen in Stafford and the reports continue to come in.
"On 7/5/2012 there were three burglary reports two of them were from the pavilion area he had pad locks on out buildings cut and some tools taken and the other one on South street road in Pavilion eight quarts of oil and six gallons of gasoline and on Lewiston road in the town of Alabama tools were taken,” said Brewster.
Brewster said he doesn’t think all of the burglaries are related, but he does think the ones happening in Pavilion may be connected.
He recommends that you lock up your items and that if you see anything suspicious call 9-1-1 immediately.
Anyone with information is asked to call the County Sherrifs Office at (585) 345-3000