Rash of Meredith burglaries but they may not be at all related

MEREDITH — Police are investigating four burglaries in various sections of town that were reported to them over a week's time.
The four — two of them in the Chemung/Meredith Center portion of town, one on Meredith Neck and one near Route 104 — are not necessarily related to each other said Lt. Keith True.
Records obtained yesterday from the police show the first burglary was reported to them at 5:15 p.m. on March 4 from Baywoods Road. The caller reported to police a jewelry box in her bedroom had been stolen.
Two calls came to police on March 8 — the first at 7:07 a.m. from a contractor who reported a Powers Road (in Meredith Neck) house had been "completely vandalized."
The second March 8 call came at 5:09 p.m. from Tucker Mountain Road — near Meredith Center Road — and the resident reported some electronics and other items were taken from the secured home.
On May 13, a fourth person called police at 9:26 p.m. to report his home on Blake Road, which is off Route 104, had been burglarized and money and other items had been taken.
True said police have also seen an uptick in the number of items stolen from automobiles and again warns people to make sure their cars are locked.
Anyone who has any information about the burglaries or any other crimes is encouraged to call the Meredith Police at 279-4561.