Police said that they are searching for an individual who is wanted in connection with a string of burglaries within the confines of the 105th Precinct in March and April.
On March 3, the burglar broke into a cell phone store, located at 219-19 Merrick Blvd. in Laurelton. Around 1 p.m. that day, a 40-year-old male employee arrived for work and discovered that some merchandise was missing and called the police. It was determined that the individual gained entry into the store by forcing open a rear door at the location.
The burglar removed $22,000 worth of electronics.
The burglar also broke into an auto repair shop, located at 242-02 Merrick Blvd. in Rosedale, on March 3. Around 6 p.m., a 46-year-old male employee arrived for work, discovered that merchandise was missing and called the police. It was determined that the burglar gained entry into the shop by forcing open a side door. He stole $5,000 worth of merchandise.
The burglar struck twice on March 12. Around 8:30 p.m., a 36-year-old male store employee at an auto repair store, located at 246-19 North Conduit Ave. in Rosedale, noticed that merchandise was missing. The burglar had entered the store by forcing open the front door and stole $630 worth of merchandise. Around 9:30 p.m. that same day, a 30-year-old male store employee at a cell phone store, located at 139-37 245th St. in Jamaica, discovered that cash was missing from a safe box. In this incident, the burglar had forced a side door open at the location and removed approximately $2,500.
On March 27, a 57-year-old male employee at an electronics store, located at 214-35 Jamaica Ave. in Queens Village, discovered that merchandise was missing. The burglar had forced open a rear door and stolen $1,340 worth of electronics.
And on April 3, a 28-year-old male employee at an auto store, located at 216-02 Hempstead Ave. in Queens Village, discovered that merchandise was missing. The suspect had forced open a window at the business and removed $1,000 worth of merchandise. The suspect is described as a man who was last seen wearing a black ski mask and all dark clothing