Between $30-$50 was taken from the unlocked vehicle.
More than $30 was stolen from a vehicle on Hudson Avenue during the overnight hours Thursday, Hopatcong Police said. The vehicle, which was unlocked, had between $30 and $50 worth of change stolen from it, according to a report released by Lt. Thomas Kmetz. Kmetz said the theft occured sometime between 8:30 p.m. Thursday and 9:30 a.m. Friday. Police ask anyone with information to contact Officer Thomas Snyder at 973-398-5000.
Vehicles left unlocked on Williams Trail and Vassar Trail broken into Saturday night, police say.
Tools and a radio were stolen from two vehicle burglaries over the weekend, Hopatcong Police said. The vehicles were broken into during the overnight hours Saturday into Sunday while parked on Wiliams Trail and Vassar Trail, according to Lt. Thomas Kmetz. Kmetz said both cars were unlocked during the time of the incident. A utility vehicle was parked on Williams Trail and various tools were stolen from two unlocked compartments, according to Kmetz. The other compartments in the vehicle that had pad locks on them were not touched, Kmetz said. The value of the tools was not immediately known, Kmetz said. Police are waiting for a stolen property report to be returned from the vehicle's owner, Kmetz said. A window was open to a pickup truck …