MADISON, Wis. - A downtown Madison apartment was broken into Saturday, and several electronics were stolen.
According to a Madison Police Department incident report, the burglary happened at 2:30 a.m. Saturday.
The intruder accessed the apartment through a sliding door that was left unlocked. Two laptops and a gaming system were stolen.
The apartment is located on North Park Street. Police said the residents of the apartment, three men ages 19 and 22, were asleep inside the apartment while it was being robbed.
The Madison Police Department wants to remind Madison residents to keep their doors locked when they are home, especially UW-Madison students returning to campus after winter break.
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