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Pelham - Windham News | October 14, 2011 - 7 Pelham Police Seeking Public’s Assistance


submitted by Pelham Police Department Over the past two weeks the Town of Pelham has experienced an increased amount of burglaries and thefts during the late afternoon and night time hours. On Monday, October 10, the Pelham Police responded to two afternoon burglaries. At 4:16 p.m., members of the Pelham Police Department responded to a residence on Tallant Road for a burglary in progress. The caller reported that a female subject jumped over a fence from the rear of the residence with two black bags. The female was described as having a thin build, approximately 5-foot 3-inches tall, and wearing black pants. The female was picked up by a male subject in a newer model black sedan. Jewelry and a laptop computer were stolen from the residence. The residence was unlocked and entry was gained through the back door. That same evening officer’s responded to a residence located on Mammoth Road for a past tense burglary. The burglary occurred between 4 and 6: 30 p.m. that same afternoon. The rear door to the residence was forced open and jewelry was stolen from that home. On Tuesday morning, October 11, members of the Pelham Police Department responded to two different burglaries that occurred on Willow Street. These burglaries occurred during the nighttime hours. At the first home the resident reported hearing a noise at approximately 9:30 p.m. on October 10. The residence has an office directly attached to it and the noise came from that direction. The resident did not discover that his house was broken into until the following morning. Entry was made through a rear unlocked window. There was a safe broken into and coins and cash were stolen. The residents were home at the time of the burglary. While officers were investigating the first burglary on Willow Street a resident from two doors down approached the officer’s and told them that someone broke into their garage and into their residence sometime after 9:00 PM last evening. The door to the home had been left unlocked and the detached garage door had been forced. The only item that was found taken was a jacket. The residents were home at the time of the burglary. Over the Columbus Day weekend, officers took two separate theft reports from Pulpit Rock Road. The first report was for a stolen snowplow and the second report was stolen copper from a business. Both thefts occurred during the nighttime hours and the items were stolen from behind two different businesses located on that road. Also over the weekend, Pelham officers took two reports of stolen radios out of motor vehicles. The radios were stolen out of two


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unlocked vehicles located at a used car lot on Route 38/Bridge Street. The thefts occurred during the nighttime hours. Over the past two weeks there have been a total of nine reports made to the Pelham Police Department regarding items stolen out of motor vehicles in residential areas. The thefts have occurred during the nighttime hours and have been reported in the following areas: Webster Ave., Surrey Lane, St. Margaret’s Drive, Cote Drive, Hinds Lane and Castle Hill Road. All of the vehicles were left unlocked and were located on private property. There was money stolen, pocketbooks, change, and on one occasion the gas was siphoned from the vehicle.


During that same time frame the Pelham Police took a report from


a business owner on Route 38. The business owner reported that he had two 4 by 4 steel anodized grates stolen off of his property. That theft occurred between October 1 and October 5. The Pelham Police Department needs your assistance. If you have


any information about any of the crimes that are described above call the police department at 635-2411. In addition take the time to report any suspicious activity. The Police Department is reminding everyone to lock your homes and cars. Good deterrents included, motion lights, house and car alarms. Look at our Website, www.pelhampolice.com, for further information regarding our vacant house checks.


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submitted by Jon Maclean, Windham Wolverines Youth Football and Cheer The Windham Wolverines’ Youth Football and Cheer Program hosted it’s first annual golf tournament at the Windham Country Club. Dozens of golfers teed off at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, September 30, to help raise money for the program. “This has been a terrific success,” said President, Jim Williams. He added, “The money we’ve raised today will go a long way toward making sure the kids of Windham can continue to participate in playing football and cheering. We can’t thank our golfers, sponsors and silent auction donors enough.” The Windham Country Club and Tuscan Kitchen were lead sponsors of the event. Jay Thibodeau, Garrett Wein, Mike Rogers and Joe O’Connor walked away with an impressive first-place trophy on which their names will be engraved.


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