Leonia police hope surveillance video will help solve break-ins

One Bergen County town has seen more than its share of break-ins, with four reported in the last week alone and nearly a dozen more

LEONIA - One Bergen County town has seen more than its share of break-ins, with four reported in the last week alone and nearly a dozen more over the past several weeks.

Leonia police are hoping that new surveillance video will help stop a string of break-ins. Police say at least two groups of burglars are responsible for the burglaries.

In addition to the surveillance video, cops also found blood on one of the broken windows, as well as a fingerprint that they plan to check against the national database.

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