SCARSDALE, N.Y. A resident living on Greenacres Avenue in Scarsdale reported that a high-efficiency boiler was stolen from her home, police said.
Scarsdale police responded to the residence on Saturday after receiving the complainant. The homeowner told police the HVAC boiler was valued at $7,500.
The resident said she last saw the boiler in her basement on June 6, and that her electrician discovered it missing on June 12. The home is undergoing a complete interior renovation and many workers frequent the location, which was unoccupied and unlocked.
Police said the unit connections were neatly cut and the gas line was shut off, suggesting that the suspect was familiar with the system.
There are currently no witnesses, though the resident mentioned a few possible suspects. She was advised to keep all doors and windows locked when the residence is unoccupied.
Also on the Scarsdale police blotter from June 11-18:
An Edgewood Road resident claimed he was struck on the left side of his head after a verbal altercation with two men outside of a 7-11 store early Friday morning. The man allegedly held the door for the duo, who became verbally aggressive. The resident claims the men appeared to be intoxicated. He said he was hit outside of Gionnonis deli on Garth Road. He didn't want to press charges and told police his main concern was that the men drove away while apparently intoxicated.
A Levittown man was arrested Wednesday, June 13, after he turned himself in on a bench warrant. The bench warrant, signed on March 21 by Judge John Galloway, was for failure to appear. There was also an arrest warrant, signed on April 27 by Judge Arlene Katz, charing the man with bail jumping. The man was remanded to the Westchester County Jail. He is due in court on Wednesday.
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