continued State Police and the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office are working together to pursue all leads in an effort to solve the burglaries. Glushko said he advises all residents to make sure all their doors are locked including their garages and sheds to make sure that they aren’t inviting an easy break -in.
“I just hope the people doing it get caught as soon as possible,” Glushko said.
Because many of these incidents are happening during the day, Eggleston said all neighbors should be looking out for eachother, and report any suspicious activity, vehicles or persons to authorities. Eggleston said eyewitnesses should obtain a complete description of the people involved and any vehicles including the license plate number if possible. The public is cautioned against confronting anyone suspected of criminal activity, he said.
“We don’t encourage anyone to engage someone they don't know but everyone should be looking out for each other,” Eggleston said.
Anyone with information regarding these burglaries, stolen property or suspicious activity, is asked to call the New York State Police at 563-3761.