An iPad Mini was the only item stolen in the most recent of a series of Parsippany home burglaries, police said.
Parsippany Police are investigating a burglary at a home on Farmingdale Drive that happened Wednesday sometime between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., police said.
The 45-year-old resident told Detective Sgt. Thomas Lesiak, Detective Joseph Puso and Officer Peter Kolln that she returned home and noticed the window air conditioner in the dining room had fallen onto the floor and when she went upstairs, she saw the bedroom doors, which were usually locked, had been forced open, according to a release from Officer Remo D’Alessandro, community relations officer.
The police investigation revealed entry was gained through the dining room window by pushing the air conditioner into the home, police said. Forced entry was made into the bedrooms where a $400 iPad Mini was stolen before exiting the rear kitchen door, police said.
Police canvassed the area, but didn’t find out any additional information.
Anyone with information regarding the incident or may have witnessed suspicious activity in the area should contact the Parsippany Police Investigative Division at 973-263-4315 or email Crime_Tips@parpolice.com.