SANBORNTON — Police are reporting three home burglaries, including two on Cram Road, since the beginning of the year.
Police Chief Steve Hankard said they have reason to believe the Cram Road burglaries were committed on the same day and likely by the same person(s).
He said police have not been able to positively link the third reported burglary to the other two.
Hankard said three home burglaries in three weeks is a lot for a small community like Sanbornton. He also said a handgun had been stolen in one of them.
He said he is sharing notes and information with the Belmont Police who have responded to five home burglaries since the new year, with the most recent one on Plummer Hill Road on January 21.
The two townships share a common border.
Hankard and Sgt. Steve Akerstrom asked that residents report any suspicious activity, including cars and foot traffic, immediately to police.
If anyone has any information they are asked to call the Belmont Police at 267-8350 or Sanbornton Police at 286-4323.
In other police news, Belmont Police are investigating a road rage incident that occurred in Shooter's Tavern parking lot off Rte. 3 at 9:05 p.m. on January 24.
Akerstrom said a young woman was being harassed by a vehicle with two people — a man and a woman — in it.
He said the woman pulled into the Shooter's parking lot and was followed by the two who got out of their car, approached her car, and tried to get her out of it. When she called police on her cell phone, the two fled.
If anyone witnessed the incident or has any information, the are asked to call the Belmont Police at 267-8350.
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