On January 29, 2014, the Town of Waterville Valley had approximately 10 break-ins at condo units along Noon Peak Road, and in the Snow’s Brook and Sunnyside Condominium areas.
It appears that some electronics and jewelry were taken from some of the units. The police believe that the doors of the affected condos were kicked in to gain access to the units.
The Waterville Valley Police Department asks that citizens remain watchful and report any suspicious activity directly to the police at (603) 236-4732. If there is an emergency situation, or you see on-going suspicious activity, please dial 911 for assistance.
The police continue to investigate these break-ins and if you have any information about them, please call the department.
If you are just visiting your condominium for the first time since January 30, 2014, and you notice that your belongings have been disturbed, please report this to the police at the numbers above.
The Waterville Valley Department of Public Safety recommends several ways to stay in touch with Town government and the Public Safety Department:
- The Town website, www.watervillevalley.org, posts information about the Town and the greater resort community. You can sign up to join the Town’s email list here.
- The Waterville Valley Public Safety Department uses the NIXLE alert system to send out information to interested parties via texts or emails. The NIXLE system is a very fast way for the Town to communicate with subscribers. You can choose to have messages delivered to your phone or email or both. If you would like to receive these alerts you can join NIXLE here.
- Town safety personnel and officials regularly communicate with property management companies and use COA communication networks to get important information to you quickly.
Please stay tuned for updates on this on-going case and remember to take steps to secure your property and valuables.