Items were removed from unlocked trailer parked at lawn business over the weekend, troopers report.
State police trying to solve a recent theft might start by looking to anyone locally trying to start a new landscaping service or suddenly sporting a well-manicured lawn of their own. Any sudden expertise in lawn care might come at the expense of a Lower Macungie Township landscaping business, which had equipment and tools recently stolen, according to state police at Fogelsville. Saylor's Landscaping, of the 8200 block of Spring Creek Road, reported the unspecified items stolen over the weekend. The items were taken between 6 p.m. April 5 and 8 a.m. April 8 from an unlocked box truck parked on the property, police said. The stolen items were valued at $2,650, police said. Anyone with information is asked to call police at 610-395-1438.
Security box contained important papers, but there was no report of additional valuables, troopers say.
Pretty much everyone recommends them: Put those important papers -- such as Wills and life insurance policies -- in a lockbox. It makes perfect sense. Those critical documents would be in a private but central location in your home. Spend a few extra bucks and the lockbox can be fire-proof as well. The only problem would be, what would happen if someone would walk off with your lockbox? That's exactly what happened recently in a Lower Macungie Township burglary, according to state police at Fogelsville. Roberto Guerrero of 1119 Pine Grove Circle reported that someone entered his residence between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Dec. 26 and took the box, which contained unspecified identification papers, police said. It is unknown whether someone was …