The victim said she left the residence in the 500 block of South Hillside Drive Saturday afternoon to go to work and, when she returned at about midnight, she noticed that her bedroom window and the living room window were unlocked.
She told Sgt. Matthew Miller she always keeps the windows locked.
The victim asked her neighbors if they had been in the apartment and if they had taken televisions sets from her bedroom and her son’s bedroom.
The neighbors said they had not.
Miller said when he looked around the apartment he saw a damaged screen, evidence that the burglar had possibly entered through the bedroom window.
The victim said each of the two televisions had attached DVD players and her son’s television had been connected to a Play Station game system. That also was missing.
Anyone who might have information that could lead to an arrest should call the Beeville Police Department at 358-8100 and ask for Detective Sgt. Roland Rodriguez.
Also, a tip that could lead to an arrest in the case can be called in or sent to the Coastal Bend Crime Stoppers organization and possibly result in an award.
Crime Stoppers may be reached by calling 362-0206 or by calling toll-free to 877-362-0206.
Computer users may contact Crime Stoppers by email at coastalbendcrimestoppers.com.
Gary Kent is a reporter at the Bee-Picayune and can be reached at 358-2550, ext. 120, or at reporter@mySouTex.com.