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|Marie Place home burglarized|
Monroe police are investigating a burglary of a home in the 2300 block of Marie Place.
The burglary occurred some time between 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, and early Saturday morning, Aug. 13.
The homeowners were out of town when the burglary took place.
The burglar or burglars broke a window in the rear area of the home, entered the residence and stole thousands of dollars of electronics including three flat-screen television sets, a Dell laptop computer, a Sony camcorder, a Wii electronic game player and other items.
The burglar or burglars escaped detection of the home's security system because of a faulty motion sensor. The home's security system was not equipped with window sensors at the time.
The home's security service was provided by Interface Security Systems.
The homeowners have since replaced their security system and have engaged another security company, CenturyLink, to monitor their residence.
The homeowners discovered their home had been burglarized when they returned home Saturday afternoon. Monroe Police Department was contacted at that time.
Police recovered a number of fingerprints at the scene.
Monroe police had not assigned the burglary case to an investigative officer as of midday Wednesday, according to Tarra Smith, public relations coordinator for the Monroe Police Department.
No one with Monroe police was available for comment as of deadline late Wednesday afternoon.