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Police are asking a Massachusetts community to be on alert after two homes were broken into while residents were home Friday night. Watertown police said a house on Garfield Street was broken into just before 10 p.m. Friday and a second home on Barnard Avenue was just before midnight. “We believe the suspect(s) entered the homes through unlocked rear windows,” Watertown Police said on social media. According to police, one of the windows used to enter a house was a second-floor window. Police said no one was injured and nothing was taken. “Please help us by looking out for neighbors who may be away, and always report anything you think is suspicious immediately,” police wrote on social media. The Watertown Police Department asked anyone living on Garfield Street and Barnard Avenue who may have home security guards to review this and report anything unusual to police. They also urged residents to lock all doors and windows, even if they are on the second floor of a home.

Police are asking a Massachusetts community to be on alert after two homes were broken into while residents were home Friday night.

Watertown police said a house on Garfield Street was broken into just before 10 p.m. Friday and a second home on Barnard Avenue was just before midnight.

“We believe the suspect(s) entered the homes through unlocked rear windows,” Watertown Police said on social media.

According to police, one of the windows used to enter a house was a second-floor window.

Police said no one was injured and nothing was taken.

“Please help us by looking out for neighbors who may be away, and always report anything you think is suspicious immediately,” police wrote on social media.

The Watertown Police Department asked anyone living on Garfield Street and Barnard Avenue who may have home security guards to review this and report anything unusual to police.

They also urged residents to lock all doors and windows, even if they are on the second floor of a home.

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