Fur-Lined Coat, Women's Dresses, Man's Suit Stolen from Carol Circle Home
A Carol Circle home was broken into overnight while residents were out. Boston Police believed they found a possible footprint and fingerprints at the scene of the crime.
A Carol Circle home was broken into, and ransacked of clothing including a lady's fur-lined leather jacket, dresses and a man's suit.
Police spoke with the victims on July 19, who said they were out of the house between 9:30 p.m. on July 18 and 8 a.m. on July 19, and when they got home they found their home was robbed.
The victims said one lady's fur-lined leather jacket, four or more women's dresses, one man's business suit - including the the shirt, tie, coat and pants, and one women's long winter wool coat were taken. The victims approximated the items to be valued at $1000 to $2,000, according to a Boston Police report.
Officers saw signs for forced entry to two backdoor entrances, including a scratched door frame, cracking to the door and a damaged lock. Detectives took pictures of what appeared to be a footprint on the back staircase and possible fingerprints on a back window.