Green Bay Police investigate rash of burglaries
By Gazette staff
GREEN BAY – The Green Bay Police Department is reminding residents to be alert for suspicious activity, especially during the holiday season.
Officials said that there has been “an increase in residential burglaries in one northwest side
“Police are seeking possible identification and arrest of a person or persons who may be suspected of
burglarizing homes in the Mather Heights neighborhood, between Mather Street and Velp Avenue,” a police department release stated.
“Since September, the department has had nearly 10 reported home burglaries mostly during daytime
hours, in this immediate area. As police investigate, officers have been going door-to-door handing
out burglary alert forms to residents and interviewing neighbors for leads.”
“As we investigate, it’s important for residents who may remember seeing something to say
something, so we can try to stop this. If you think that you may have video footage of suspicious
activity on either a doorbell or security camera, contact us right away,” said Lieutenant Jason Allen.
These recently reported burglaries in the Mather Heights neighborhood are still under investigation.
No further details are being released at this time.
Tips from Green Bay Police
• Lock your doors and windows and close curtains, blinds and shades
• Secure valuables in a locked safe
• Place identifying marks on valuables
• Keep a copy of serial numbers
• Take photos of valuables for identification purposes if stolen
Anyone with information of residential burglaries is encouraged to call Green Bay Police at
(920) 448-3200, Ext. No. 0238, reference case No. 22-266894 or email Detective Jason
Leick at [email protected]
Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime stoppers at
(920) 432-STOP (7867). You may also submit a tip online at www.432stop.com, or utilize the “P3 Tips”
app for crime tips.