Lake Pointe break-in puts police and residents on alert

Dec. 15, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News



Plymouth Township Police are asking residents of the Lake Pointe subdivision to be on alert after a break-in and home invasion last week.

Police Lt. Robert Antel said they have stepped up patrols in the area after an incident on Inbrook Drive Saturday. Two male suspects entered the home through a door wall about 10 a.m. and ransacked the home removing jewelry and miscellaneous items. The two suspects, both white males, were seen walking out the door with a duffle bag and getting into a dark blue Buick Rendezvous. Antel said the driver of the vehicle might be a third individual involved in the theft. Neighbors reported suspicious persons had been recently watching the home.

Antel, who praised the neighborhood homeowner’s organization for circulating the information, said “We are definitely increasing patrols in Lake Pointe by providing special attention and appreciate the neighbors help.”


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