Police searching for St. Albans burglary suspect

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Police were still on the lookout for a burglary suspect that was allegedly responsible for the theft of $1,950 in items from a St. Albans resident, according to the NYPD.

On Aug. 15 at about 3 p.m., the suspect allegedly got into a home on Dunlop Avenue and forcibly entered a padlocked bedroom that was occupied by a 35-year-old male, according to authorities.

Once in the room, authorities said the suspect allegedly stole a 55-inch television and an Xbox that were both worth $300, a Verizon phone valued at $800, a Verizon tablet that cost $100, and three pairs of Jordan sneakers that total $450.

The incident was later reported to the 103rd Precinct. The command posted an image of the suspect on its Twitter account, but did not disclose his name.

Detectives ask that anyone with information on the suspect call (718) 657-8220. All calls are kept confidential.

Reach reporter Naeisha Rose by e-mail at or by phone at (718) 260–4573.

Posted 12:00 am, November 7, 2018
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