More than $2,200 in cash, jewelry and property were stolen Monday from the Renaissance development, police said.
On Tuesday, Manchester police responded to 75 Eleanor Road in the Renaissance development for a reported Burglary. Ptl Robert Maccaquano discovered an open window located on the rear patio, police said.
It appears that after the suspect entered the residence, her or she went into a spare bedroom which was located at the end of the hallway, police said.
Various rooms were ransacked and a total of $2219.00 in cash, jewelry and property were stolen from of the residence.
According to the homeowners, the incident occurred sometime Monday night while they were sleeping.
Ocean County Criminal Investigation Unit processed the scene for evidence. Officer Robert Maccaquano and Det. Richard Jupinka are currently investigating the burglary.
The Manchester Township Police are urging residence to call if they see anything or anyone suspicious in the area. Residents are reminded to lock the doors and windows of their home and vehicles.