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Jewels, electronics taken in recent Niskayuna thefts

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Over the past couple of months, burglars have entered several Niskayuna homes and stolen jewelry and electronics. Lt. Michael Stevens of the Niskayuna Police Department said the break-ins have taken place at various times of the day, including some at night, while families were home and sleeping. Stevens said there has been a long string of recent reported break-ins. Between seven and ten of them are actually confirmed as burglaries, others are merely damage to ...

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July 28, 2014
10:02 p.m.

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Notice how the thefts do not state the streets and is vague as to when and how often it occurred. I am not sure if this is a strategy of the Niskayuna Police Department or an effort by them not to show how much it is happening on their turf. Not trying to be rude or disrespectful to their profession in any way. One way to catch a crook might be publicizing all the incidents to make neighbors aware that the person 4 doors down whom they've never spoken to just got hit so they can be extra vigilant.