Police Issue Warning After Break-Ins in Orange

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    Police in Orange are warning residents to lock up their houses and cars after a spree of burglaries in recent days.

    Police in Orange are warning residents to lock up their houses and cars after a spree of burglaries in recent days.

    They believe four teens and one adult, all from New Haven, are involved and have submitted for arrest warrants.

    Police have been investigating overnight house and car break-ins, including car thefts from Derby Avenue, Argyle Road, Currier Drive, David Court, Pinetree Drive and Augusta Drive last week.

    A garage on Derby Avenue was broken into on April 12 and a Jaguar was stolen.

    On April 14, there were three home burglaries and in the Pinetree Drive, Argyle Road, Currier Drive area, a Nissan Altima was stolen and burglars also entered several cars, police said.

    On April 17, a Land Rover LR4 was stolen on Augusta Drive and several cars were broken into.

    Orange Police has been working with police departments from North Branford, Hamden and New Haven Police Department and recovered three vehicles and personal property that had been stolen from homes in Orange.

    Police said they have submitted arrest warrant affidavits for four teens from New Haven, as well as one adult and said the suspects’ ages range from 14 to 23. More arrests are expected.