Neighborhood Watch: Habitat for Humanity hit again, EPD investigating burglaries at Sunset Terrace Homes

Neighborhood Watch: Habitat for Humanity hit again

TRI-STATE (WFIE) - Henderson’s Habitat for Humanity has been hit again.

Someone cut a hole in a fence overnight and took roughly $4,000 worth of tools out of the trailer.

The alarm on the trailer apparently malfunctioned.


Henderson Police are investigating some burglaries at Sunset Terrace Mobile Homes.

They happened on March 15 on Highway 41 North.

Police say six mobile homes there had forced entry, causing more than $7,000 worth of damage.

Witnesses say they saw two people walk out of the mobile homes and saw them leave in a sliver car.

If you have any information call Henderson Police at 270-831-1295.


Take a good look a the picture above.

People at Nellie’s Restaurant in Newburgh say this guy with the long white beard stole from them.

He appears to be entering an enclosure and taking something out.

If you recognize him, call Newburgh Police at 812-842-4382.

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