Three burglaries in four days in Friendswood neighborhood

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FRIENDSWOOD, Texas - Friendswood police have a crime alert after three burglaries within four days in the Autumn Creek area.

According to Friendswood police, the first burglary happened on May 3, at a home in the 2800 block of Burr Oak Drive. Officers were called out to the scene after a burglar alarm. They say they found broken glass at the back door of the home.

Police say the burglars took a pillow case from the master bedroom, but left it empty at the scene. The homeowners say the only thing stolen was a small, empty safe.

On May 5, a man returned home to find his front door open in the 3300 block of Prince George. He called police. Friendswood police say jewelry, small electronics, a computer and silverware were stolen, as well as a pillowcase from the master bedroom.

Later on the same day, another burglary was reported in the 3500 block of Cortona Lane. Officers say a large bathroom window on the side of the home had been smashed. Several pieces of jewelry were taken from the master bedroom.

If you have any information on any of these burglaries, you are asked to contact Friendswood police.

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