BLOOMFIELD, NJ - Bloomifeld police report a number of 'Theft from Auto' incidents in which the vehicle was left unlocked overnight. 

On June 27, an officer responded to Byrd Avenue on a Theft from Auto report. The owner of the vehicle reported that someone went into his car that was left unlocked. The owner was missing $4.00 in loose change. A few other residents from the area reported that they also observed their vehicles rummaged through with missing valuables and or cash. This incident is under investigation.

On June 29, an officer responded to Essex Avenue on a report of Theft from Auto report from the residents. In the overnight hours on June 28 and June 29, vehicles were entered and ransacked. The vehicles were left unlocked.

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The vehicles were all parked in their driveway with loose change taken from the vehicles. Other items taken from the vehicles include an I-pod and I-pad valued at $1100.00. There were no signs of forced entry on any of the vehicles. This incident is under investigation.

A Bellevue Ave resident reported called Bloomfield police to Theft from Auto on June 29. The complainant states sometime between 8:00 p.m.on June 28 and 12:00 p.m. on June 29, someone entered his vehicle through an unlocked car door and stole $10 of loose change from the dashboard and stole a blue and white handicap placard from the glove box.