Another round of vehicle break-ins was reported at Majestic Cinema, 770 Springdale Road, in the town of Brookfield after midnight Sept. 28.
Police responded to the theater parking lot at 12:32 a.m. after receiving multiple calls from movie-goers who returned to damaged vehicles and noticed personal property that had been taken.
According to the town of Brookfield police reports:
Five vehicles were entered; the incidents are believed to have occurred between 10:40 p.m. Sept. 27 and 12:30 a.m. Sept. 28.
Windows were smashed on four of the five vehicles, and the damage estimates each were about $250. A flathead screwdriver was believed to have been used to shatter the windows. The fifth vehicle entered was unlocked.
Personal property was taken from four of the five vehicles.
In one vehicle, a leather jacket, portable media player and a set of car keys were taken. Loss in that incident is valued at $810.
In another vehicle, a cellphone valued at $100 was taken.
A backpack, stereo system, videogame system and two videogames, a total value of $605, were taken from a third vehicle. A wallet also was taken, and the victim canceled her credit cards at the urging of police.
Multiple videogame systems and other electronic devices were taken from the fourth vehicle. The items were stored in a backpack. Loss is estimated at $863.
Theater management turned surveillance footage over to police the day after the incident. However, police said it was poor quality.
Police have responded to several reports of vehicle break-ins at the Majestic in recent months.
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