Police are investigating after someone broke into two Milford homes over the span of 10 days and stole electronics and cash while the residents were sleeping.
The most recent burglary occurred on May 2 between midnight and 6 a.m., according to the Milford Police Department.
One perpetrator or more entered a Myers Lane home in Milford through an unlocked bathroom window, stole two laptops, cash and a cell phone and left through a back door on the ground level, police said in a news release. Two adults and three children were asleep upstairs at the time of the burglary.
The reported incident was similar to another overnight burglary on April 23 on Campfield Circle, police said.
The break-in happened in a “three season porch that is converted into an office space,” according to the release. While the residents were asleep, a laptop, cell phone and cash were taken.
Police said the two streets are in the same neighborhood.
The burglaries remain under investigation and police have not identified suspects.
Anyone who has information on the burglaries can call the Milford Police Department at 203-878-655.