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Three Burglaries Under Investigation In Easton

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EASTON, Md. - Police say they are investigating multiple burglaries that happened in the area of Easton Club. Easton Police say the three burglaries have happened over the last two weeks.

The first incident was reported on June 19th, on the 28500 block of Clubhouse Drive, during which nothing was taken.

On June 21st, another burglary was reported, this time on the 7500 block of Tour Drive. Police say during this incident, a small amount of cash was taken from the home. That suspect is described as a white male, 6' 2" tall, slender in build, with close cut hair.

The third burglary reportedly happened on June 28th, on the 28400 block of Pinehurst Circle, where an iPod was stolen from the house. Police say they believe these incidents happened during the daytime hours, while the victims were not at home.

In all three incidents, the suspects apparently entered the homes through an unlocked window or door. Easton Police are reminding residents to lock all of your home's doors and windows, and that screens can be easily removed, so they should not be considered a security feature.

If you have an alarm system, Police recommend setting it before you leave the home for the day, and have alarm signs displayed outside. Police advise to have someone check on your home for you, if you are leaving for an extended period.

Any and all suspicious activity should be reportedly to law enforcement.

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