Thieves Strike Local Residents, Multiple Injuries in Accident and More This Week
Here's some of the news you may have missed this week on Wyckoff-Franklin Lakes Patch...
Midland Park Police closed Godwin Avenue from Irving Street to Central Avenue for approximately one hour Wednesday night following a 3-car accident that sent multiple people to the hospital.
A 2007 Toyota Highlander was taken overnight from a resident's Vance Avenue driveway last week. Police are also reporting the Colonial Avenue theft of approximately $325 worth of valuables from an unlocked car.
A $1,200 laptop was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle in a Franklin Lakes resident's driveway sometime overnight Tuesday, according to borough police.
Police believe an unlocked door at one Wyckoff residence may have helped make the home an easy target for burglars last weekend.
A Circle Drive resident Tuesday returned home from three days away to find her house had been burglarized while she was gone — jewelry, designer handbags and gift cards were stolen from a second floor bedroom, Wyckoff Police said Thursday.
Two men had hundreds of dollars of personal property stolen from Wyckoff YMCA lockers this week, police reported.
Former High Mountain Road School Principal Helen Attenello will step in as interim principal while Franklin Lakes School District searches for a fulltime replacement
Nearly two years ago, Julio Diaz took the first steps in a new career path. He wasn't unhappy with his current job, he just saw Industry Portage as a new opportunity to branch out and flex his creative muscle.
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