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Burglaries worry Summerville neighbors

SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) - Two burglaries in quick succession have residents of a Summerville neighborhood concerned. 

Summerville Police Department officers have responded to two reported burglaries at Summerville Place this week.  The first burglary was reported on Wednesday at a home on Teesdale Court.

Police arrived at the home to find that someone had broken in through a bathroom window connected to the garage in broad daylight.  The homeowner estimated the burglar(s) came sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  

The victim said two Sony Bravia TVs, valued at $1650 and $1000, had been stolen.  He also said his daughter and wife's jewelry were taken as well as his $600 camcorder.

The second burglary happened sometime Friday, but police said the incident report would not be ready until early next week.

There are no known suspects currently and the investigation is ongoing.

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