GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Greenburgh police are looking for a suspect who broke into a vehicle near Rumbrook Park on Oct. 12, and who might also be responsible for three vehicle break-ins in Yorktown.
Police responded to a call around 6:30 p.m., from a Yonkers man who said he was playing basketball on a court on Dobbs Ferry Road near Rumbrook Park, and when he returned to his vehicle, found his front passenger window broken, police said.
The man told police someone had stolen his pants containing his wallet with his drivers license and credit card, according to police reports. The man said he saw a white BMW in the area while he was playing basketball, police said.
Upon searching the area, police found a black backpack with a laptop in it, which police discovered was taken from the vehicle of a Mahopac woman while she was at Yorktown Club Fit. Yorktown police told Greenburgh police that three different vehicles had been broken into at that location.
Both Yorktown and Greenburgh police have no further information on a suspect and the investigation is still ongoing.
Greenburgh police also reported the following incidents:
Petit Larceny: A ShopRite employee was accused of stealing items from the store at 955 S. Central Ave. Video surveillance showed that Elvin Gomez, 44, of Yonkers, taking a television worth $400 from the stock room on Oct. 6. Gomez was arrested and charged with petit larceny, a misdemeanor.
Suspicious Incident: Greenburgh police units were dispatched on Oct. 14 at 5 p..m. after receiving a call that a male brandishing a handgun was in the area of Old Tarrytown Road and Manhattan Avenue. After searching the area, police were not able to locate the man.