The Sudbury Police Department is investigating two car-breaks that occurred on Saturday.
One car-break happened on Wayside Inn Road at the Grist Mill. The department received the call at about 2:51 p.m.
When officers arrived, they noticed the passenger-side window was smashed.
One person reported her Versace purse, with an estimated value of $5,000, was stolen, Lt. Scott Nix said. Among the items in the purse were an iPhone, $250 in cash and numerous credit cards.
The other car break happened on Dutton Road.
The department received a 911 call from a mother who said her daughter's car had been parked at the Hop Brook Conservation Land.
Nix said someone gained entry by also smashing the passenger-side window and stole a purse.
Because of the two car-breaks, Nix said patrols were increased in both areas and numerous cars were checked out later in the day, but nothing suspicious was found.
Both cases are under investigation.
In other police news from the weekend:
- The department received a 911 call Sunday afternoon from a Boston Post Road resident regarding someone possibly smoking marijuana in the building. Responding officers did not indicate an odor of marijuana, but one person did admit to smoking it earlier that day.
- Officers responded to Meadow Drive after receiving a 911 call regarding an outside fire that was approaching a propane tank. The Sudbury Fire Department quickly got the fire under control.