Series of home burglaries in Springboro prompts police to ask public’s help

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The invader forces their way inside the ransacks the houses, steals property and then leaves. The incidents have been happening between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., police said in a prepared statement issued Friday. 

The burglaries so far have occurred in these areas since Nov. 11: 

  • The first block of Oaks Drive 
  • The 200 block of Kesling Drive 
  • The 500 block of Queensgate Road 
  • The 400 block of Spruceway 

The police department is asking the public to call in any suspicious vehicles or individuals knocking on doors to ask random questions. 

Anyone in the area who may have home surveillance video is asked to share the video with police. 

And, as always, call 9-1-1 to report criminal activity. 

If you have information you feel may help in the investigation, you are asked to call Detective Dunkel at 937-748-6849, the police department at 937-748-0611 during non-business hours or weekends or Miami Valley Crime Stoppers at 937-222-STOP.

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