VALHALLA, N.Y. -- While thousands of residents in Mount Pleasant remained without power following Hurricane Sandy, two commercial generators were stolen during the past week, Mount Pleasant Police Chief Louis Alagno said.
The most recent burglary occurred on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at around 3:15 p.m. on Usonia Road in Pleasantville. Police said that a Cablevision worker reported that a 300-watt Honda generator valued at $1,800 was stolen from his truck while it was parked unattended on the street. No arrest has been made.
Last week on Nov. 1 at around 10 a.m., police said that a Pleasantville resident reported that a generator valued at $3,800 was stolen. The man said that the generator was chained to a food service truck he owns and operates in Valhalla and that the chain was cut at some point during the overnight hours, according to police. No arrest has been made.
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