After two burglaries last weekend, Pitt and the city police responded to calls that two more residences in southern Central Oakland had been robbed.
No one was injured in either incident, but residents of each home told police that valuables were missing. None of the victims saw a person around their homes or in the area.
Pitt and city police responded to a report of a burglary around 4:24 a.m on Friday, Oct. 14, on the 300 block of Semple Street. According to the crime alert, the victims were sleeping and woke up to find items missing.
On Saturday, Oct. 15, around 2:04 a.m., police responded to another report of a burglary on the 3600 block of Bates Street. According to the crime alert, the victim noticed while walking home his vehicle was not where he had left it.
Once inside his home, he saw his A/C unit had been removed from his bedroom window and was lying on the ground. He reported several items were missing from his room, including his car keys.
The police do not yet have any information about suspects for either incident.
Last weekend, police responded to two other burglaries on Meyran Avenue and Semple Street. No one was injured in these cases, but both reported several valuables missing from the residences. Police have not updated the reports for those incidents.
The police departments are asking that anyone with information regarding the incident call the Pittsburgh Police Department at 412-422-6520 or Pitt police at 412-624-2121.