Surveillance footage of burglary at KagES
The CNMI Department of Public Safety received a 911 call on Wednesday, July 3, 2019, at about 5:55am, reporting a burglary incident at the Kagman Elementary School.
Police officers dispatched to the scene arrived at around 6:10am and noticed a shattered glass door while walking toward the main office entrance.
At the scene officers met with an individual who is employed at the school. The individual led officers to an unsecured rear entrance door into the main office and explained that the rear door is always locked and secured.
Officers continued to make their way throughout the building, where they noticed leftover snack wrappers scattered throughout a connecting room. The individual who reported the incident said that a container of miscellaneous coins had been taken from a desk drawer in that room.
The officer continued making observations throughout the building and was led into the principal’s office, where the officer noticed several candy wrappers scattered throughout the room. In the next room, the individual showed officers several items that were out of place, including a set of lost and found keys, and a box containing files.
In viewing the exterior surveillance footage of the time the incident took place, police detectives saw an unknown individual walking around the school premises with a black hooded sweater. The individual appears to have forced his way into one of the school’s doors.
This case remains ongoing. If you have any information on the identification of the unknown individual seen in surveillance footage, call 911. If you wish to remain anonymous, call the CNMI Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272. (PR)
Burglary at MMC2 apartments in CK
The CNMI Department of Public Safety received a 911 call last Sunday, Aug. 11, 2019, at about 9:32am, reporting a burglary incident at the MMC2 apartments in Chalan Kanoa. At about 10:28am, a second victim drove to the DPS central station to file a complaint. At approximately 10:39am, a third individual approached an officer at the DPS central station stating that his vehicle had been burglarized, also at the MMC2 apartments. In separate interviews, all victims mentioned that their vehicles were equipped with an alarm system, and none of them heard any alarms go off the night prior.
Police officers were able to view the building’s surveillance footage and noticed an unknown individual walking around the parking lot, and he appears to be walking from one vehicle to the next, checking for any unlocked vehicle doors. It is believed that no alarms were triggered because the vehicles have not been properly secured.
This case remains ongoing. If you have any information on the identification of the unknown individual seen in here, call 911. If you wish to remain anonymous, call the CNMI Crime Stoppers hotline at 234-7272. (PR)