"Arriving back from a four-day vacation at 3 a.m. last month, a family living on Palomino Drive knew their house had been burglarized when they opened the front door.
“As soon as we came in, we already knew someone had broken in,” said homeowner Srinivas, who didn’t disclose his last name because he feared for his family’s safety. Inside, shelves were broken and a light streamed into the hallway from their master bedroom – left on by the thieves.
“It appears the person entered through the side of his house, prying open a window,” said Franklin police Detective Nicholas Palmieri. “Very little evidence left behind.”
More than $25,000 in cash and goods were stolen, including ornate jewelry and important documents, Palmieri said."
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