MIDDLESEX, NJ – A Middlesex resident is unharmed after two intruders broke into the residents’ home, ransacked the house and stole the victim’s car. Middlesex Police received a 911 call at 3:42 am from a Starlit Drive resident. The resident reported that her home was entered and that her vehicle was stolen.
Responding officers determined that two male subjects smashed a window on the rear of the home and entered the victim’s residence. The victim, who was asleep in her second floor bedroom, was awakened to find the two intruders standing over her as she lay in bed. No weapons were exhibited and the resident was not threatened or harmed. The intruders ransacked two upstairs bedrooms and removed an undetermined amount of jewelry. One subject ran from the home to a waiting vehicle while the second subject drove off in the victim’s silver colored, 2013 Acura TL.
Anyone that observed anything suspicious or anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Middlesex Detective Thomas Carroll at (732) 356-1900, ext. 268. Information can be delivered confidentially and anonymously to the Middlesex Police Department’s tip line – (732) 356-1900, ext. 847 (T-I-P). Tips to Crime Stoppers of Middlesex County can be provided to the telephone hotline at 1-800-939-9600, online at www.middlesextips.com or by texting “MIDTIP” plus your message to 274637 (CRIMES) from your mobile device.