Break-ins continue in the Lower Macungie area, mostly involving cars with open door , as evidenced by the most recent incident reports released by
Three Aster Road residents reported break-ins to their unlocked vehicles overnight June 8, police said. Melissa Marlene Silva of 1892 Aster Road and Michelle Reichard-Huff of 1868 Aster Road said personal information and a GPS were taken, worth a total of $110. A GPS and Canon Rebel digital camera were taken from the address of 1876 Aster Road. No value was given.
For a change of pace, another thief decided to take the whole vehicle instead of settling for its contents. Donna Miller of 5279 Indian Creek Road reported that someone drove a vehicle onto her property, hooked up her 18-foot enclosed trailer and drove it away between 10 p.m. June 2 and 3 p.m. June 3, police said. No value or further description of the trailer was given.