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 - HOMESAREROBBED Valuable Jewelry , Included...
HOMESAREROBBED Valuable Jewelry , Included Included Among Loot Reported to Poice Valuable jewelry, including a diam ond bar pin and a diamond-studdea diamond-studdea diamond-studdea , locket, were among the loot obtained j bv thieves last night when they ran- ran- sacked two Colonial Park homes while ! their occupants were absent. ! Mrs. Clara Hummell, of Jonestown jroad, near the Colonial Country Club ' reported to State police that she dis-' dis-' dis-' i covered her home had been entered i upon her return at 8 o'clock last night after several hours' absence. A small amount of money and jewelry is be-1 be-1 be-1 lieved to have been stolen, according to the police report. j Mr. and Mrs. Elwood J. Gardner 409 Lexington street. Colonial Park, j discovered their home had been enter-i enter-i enter-i ed upon their return at 10 o'clock last j night. They had left their home short-; short-; short-; 'v before 7 o'clock. The bar pin and I locket were included among the loot j obtained at the Gardner house. The' were taken from a dresser drawer in I the bedroom of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner. Entrance was gained at each hoi'' j hv jimmying a window, police said.j Thf intruders entered every room at j pith plare. ransacking desk and dps-j dps-j dps-j f'rawera nnrt Hnsets anil scatter-1 scatter-1 scatter-1 ing the contents over the floors. , COLONIAL PARK

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  1. Harrisburg Sunday Courier,
  2. 19 Nov 1933, Sun,
  3. Page 1

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