Police report: Springfield home burglarized of hundreds of dollars of electronics

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Springfield police are investigating a home burglary where around $400 worth of electronics were stolen.

Authorities were called to a home on Plum Street Thursday at around 4:30 a.m. for a report of a burglary, according to a police report.

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“(The victim) advised that she left her home around 7 p.m. on Wednesday and returned home around 4:15 a.m. to find her front door was slightly ajar,” the report says. “(The victim) advised that her son should have been home at some point but was unable to provide a time frame. (The victim) advised it was possible that her son left the front door unlocked.”

The report says the victim was moving into the home but wasn’t staying there yet. The report says the burglars looked through their belongings.

“(The victim) stated that a few bags had been dumped out on the main level of the house but no items were known to be missing from them,” according to the report. “In the upstairs bedroom (the victim) advised that a 40 inch Sony flat screen TV, a PlayStation 4 and one video game were stolen.”

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The television was valued at around $200, according to the police report. The PlayStation 4 was valued at $250.

The report said the video game stolen was an NBA game, but it was only valued at $9.

The report says there is not a suspect in the case. The case is still under investigation.

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