There were several vehicle burglaries reported Friday morning in the northeast part of Manhattan that reportedly occurred overnight between Thursday and Friday.
Five vehicle burglaries were reported in the 2900 block of Northwing Drive.
Officer Matt Droge said the incidents resulted in a total loss of $726.
He said only one vehicle had a damaged window, while the others showed clear signs that someone had rummaged through them.
Droge said only one vehicle did not have anything stolen.
The stolen items included wallets, miscellaneous tools, a GPS, and athletic shoes.
Two vehicles were also reportedly burglarized in the 2600 block of Butterfield Road.
Droge said one of the vehicles had a damaged driver’s side window broken, though only $2 was taken, while the other vehicle had nothing stolen from it.
Lastly, four vehicles were reported to be burglarized in the 3000 block of Tuttle Creek Boulevard, at the Colonial Gardens trailer park.
Droge said two of the vehicles had damage to a window. He said miscellaneous items like change, cosmetics and a purse were stolen. The total loss was $390.
Police have not indicated if the burglaries, which are still under investigation, are related.