BURGLARY PATTERN —
Police said that they are searching for a man wanted in connection with five burglaries that took place within the confines of the 109th Precinct in October and November.
Just after 11:45 p.m. on Oct. 24, the suspect entered the Szechuan House restaurant, located at 133-47 Roosevelt Ave. in Flushing, through the front and removed a cash register and $200 from another cash register.
On Nov. 4, the suspect entered Transperfect Language Service, located at 136-21 Roosevelt Ave. in Flushing, around 8:35 a.m. and removed assorted credit cards and fled the location. Then, on Nov. 6, the suspect entered a commercial building, located at 136-68 Roosevelt Ave. in Flushing, through the rear door just before midnight and removed drills and other assorted items before fleeing the location.
The suspect struck again shortly after 3 a.m. on Nov. 7 at 88 Aroma Touch Spa II, located at 136-76 Roosevelt Ave. in Flushing. During that incident, the suspect entered the location through a rear window, but did not remove any property.
On Nov. 7 around 3:15 a.m., the suspect entered Yosei Nail, located at 136-76 Roosevelt Ave. in Flushing, through a side window and removed approximately $900 from the register and fled.