Cash, computers and a security system were taken from two Brookfield businesses that were burglarized after business hours Oct. 27, according to city of Brookfield police reports.
Also in the reports:
A passerby called police to Brookfield Vacuum, 17000 W. Capitol Drive, when glass in a front door was discovered broken just before 9 a.m. Oct. 28.
Responding officers found that about $400 had been taken, along with a desktop computer and a recording device for a security system. The equipment is valued at $500.
Officers also were called to Gogolakk Group, 1025 S. Moorland Road, when it was discovered that a suite door had been pried open just after 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28.
Two laptop computers valued at $2,401 had been taken from the business.
Police Capt. Jim Adlam said it does not appear the two burglaries are connected.
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