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Posted on: December 18, 2013

[ARCHIVED] Residential Burglary and Thefts from Vehicles

The Fishers Police Department is investigating a residential burglary that occurred during the overnight hours. This burglary occurred in the Delaware Pointe Neighborhood near the intersection of 106th Street and Lantern Road.

At 2:38am the Hamilton County Dispatch Center received a 911 call from a homeowner in 10600 block of Adam Court. The caller reported she and her husband were confronted by two strangers in their home. The caller told the Dispatcher the suspects fled the home in an unknown direction. The homeowners were not injured during this incident.

Fishers police officers quickly set a perimeter and searched the area with a police K-9. Detectives and Evidence Technicians interviewed the victims and collected physical evidence at the scene. After an extensive search officers were unable to locate the suspects. Officers are also investigating multiple car break-ins in the same neighborhood. Detectives are working to determine if the crimes are related.

According to the homeowner the suspects likely entered thru an open overhead garage door. Fishers Police Chief George Kehl encourages all residents to check and double check all doors and windows before turning in for the night.

Anyone with information regarding this residential burglary or the thefts from vehicles is encouraged to contact Detective/Sergeant David Flynn at 317-595-3300.

Suspect (s) Description

Black males
Late teens or early twenties
Slim builds
Wearing dark jackets

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