2 guns, electronics taken in residential burglary, officials say
MPD: Residential burglaries not common in Glenway Street neighborhood
MADISON, Wis. — Madison police said a handgun, long gun and electronics were taken during a residential burglary in a near west side neighborhood where burglaries are not common.
Madison police said sometime between 3:30 p.m. Monday and 2:00 a.m. Tuesday an unknown person broke into a home in the 600 block of Glenway Street, according to a release.
The burglar broke into the home through a rear door and went through numerous rooms, stealing two firearms and several electronics, including 40-inch Westinghouse flat screen television, officials said.
Police believe the people involved in the burglary had a vehicle in the area, and ask any residents in the Glenway Street area who may have seen anything to call 911.
There has been a recent string of thefts from vehicles in the Dudgeon-Monroe and Regent Street neighborhoods, according to the release. Residential burglaries like this are not common in the Glenway Street area.