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Morganville Home Burglarized, Resident Looks to Community to Help Find Sentimental Items

Wendy Berk and her daughter are calling on the community to help find sentimental items which were stolen on Friday night.

Wendy Berk of Morganville said it is devastating enough to have your home burglarized, but it hurt her more that thieves took items near and dear to her heart.

Berk said she lost her husband, and on Friday night burglars broke into her Eisenhower Circle home in Morganville and removed items that not only belonged to him but had sentimental value to both Berk and her daughter Mikayla.

Berk said the break-in occurred between 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Friday.

"These items either belonged to or were given to me by my late husband and so their sentimental value is priceless," Berk said.

Berk and her daughter and looking to the community for help. She is willing to offer a reward for any items recovered.

  • 1 plus carat 14k gold high quality marquis diamond engagement ring, diamond setting shaped as bow (photo attached)
  • Diamond 14k wedding band in V shape-baguette diamonds
  • 14k mens heavy ring of a hand with fingers holding a diamond
  • 14k mens ring with diamond in center set around gold.
  • Black and Gold Movado mens watch engraved with names Marc and Wendy
  • 2 Wedding band-two tone 14k gold engraved with saying and date 10-23-94
  • 18k gold chain and key charm (photo attached)
  • 14k sapphire and diamond ring, marquis shape
  • 14k diamond and sapphire ring two hearts coming together

Anyone with information about the items or the burglary can contact the at (732) 536-0100.

Pat September 11, 2012 at 01:10 AM
These comments bring up an interesting point. The police are are very helpful partners when we need them but other times they are grown men hiding behing tress trying to catch us. Why dont we start a place where we can share where they are setting up speed traps?
Kaitlyn Anness September 11, 2012 at 10:48 AM
Pat--we actually have one! We have a "road conditions" map that can be used to report anything at a specific place in Marlboro. http://patch.com/A-whFZ
Pat September 11, 2012 at 01:53 PM
Interesting was not aware but does it include a place to report spots where "our police" are trying to catch us?
Kaitlyn Anness September 11, 2012 at 02:01 PM
Pat--you can report anything, just click on the spot on the map and write a description for what you are reporting. Let me know if that doesn't work!
Marlboro VoiceofReason September 11, 2012 at 02:42 PM
How about investing in an alarm system that will deter burglaries, and showing a sign that your house is protected? Police cant patrol and stop burgulars.

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