Police investigate burglary at Avalon Gardens in East Garden City

Officials have not said if anyone was hurt in the incident or what may have been taken.

Officials have not said if anyone was hurt in the incident or what may have been taken. (1/31/14)

EAST GARDEN CITY - Police are investigating a burglary Friday in East Garden City.

The burglary took place at Avalon Gardens around 2:45 p.m.

The property owners sent a notice to residents stating that there had been an apparent unlawful entry at one of the apartments in the community. The statement also says that they were not able to provide any details concerning the incident as the investigation was still active. 

Residents are being urged to be vigilant and keep their doors looked at all times. 

Officials have not said if anyone was hurt in the incident or what may have been taken.

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