State police are investigating two residential burglaries on Pond Meadow Road in Killingworth, which follow a around town over the summer, and have made an arrest in another burglary.
According to police, the latest break-ins occurred sometime between the morning of Wednesday, Oct. 12 and the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 13.
In the first incident, police say a burglar stole jewelry valued at over $2,000 from a residence after gaining access through an unlocked back window.
A burglar stole a passport, jewelry, kitchen knives, coins and a Blu-ray disc player from a second home after getting into the residence through a back window, a report says.
Police did not immediately return calls for comment, although both incidents remain under investigation.
On Oct. 13, state police arrested an Old Saybrook woman for her alleged role in an earlier burglary in Killingworth.
Amanda Leigh Maye, 21, of Old Saybrook is facing 27 counts, including burglary, larceny and credit card theft in an investigation into a burglary of a home on Route 148.
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A call to police was not returned.