Franklin and Bingham Farms Experience Break Ins

Franklin and Bingham Farms Experience Break InsMBREW draft one

(Bingham Farms Police, Aug. 3, 2014)

The usual quiet around Bingham Farms and Franklin was broken recently.  The Police Department has issued the following information:

On Thurs July 31 on Brooks Lane, Bingham Farms (off 12 Mile Rd), at approximately 1-1:30pm, a rear basement pedestrian door was kicked in and entrance gained.  Items taken were a 32″ tv, jewelry and loose change.

On Thurs July 31 on Woodside, Franklin. This home is currently vacant as it is in the process of changing towners.  Current homeowners returned at 4pm to find that the rear sliding patio door was removed from its track and entry gained.  Nothing was taken.

On Friday Aug 1, at approximately 8:30am, a worker at Noodles&Co, 30130 Telegraph discovered damage to a door.  It apparently happened overnight, sometime after 11:30pm.  The doorjamb was severely damaged but still intact so that suspects were not able to gain entry.  Unknown if alarm was active.

These cases are under investigation and additional patrol is underway.  Please call police dispatch (248.626.5444) should you see anything out of the ordinary.

NOTE:  Police Reports come directly from the Police Department or agency involved and are written by the person or agency listed below the title.  We generally run these “as is” or with minimal editing for punctuation, spelling, etc. Suspects should not be presumed guilty. Those needing more information about a case are encouraged to follow up with the reporting agency or court system for the most current information.

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