A family’s privacy is violated after someone breaks into their home, stealing everything of value.
Savannah-Chatham Metro Police want to find the man responsible, and you can help.
“When they got there they realized their front door was left unlocked and they knew they had locked the door when they left,” explains SCMPD Sgt Eugene Solomon.
That’s how detectives say owners on East 56th street found out their home had been burglarized.
“Once the entered the residence they realized the home was ransacked,” detailed Solomon. “Several televisions and electronics and shoes and clothes were also stolen.”
“They realized their back window had been pried open. A shovel was located in the yard when fingerprints were also found by forensics. the fingerprints inside and outside they found were linked back to Matthew Gordon.”
Matthew Gordon is new to the criminal justice system, but apparently well versed in hiding out.
He was living in the 12000 block of Largo avenue or has been seen in the 1200 block of east 32nd street – where his girlfriend lives.
“I still believe he is in one of those two areas and knows police are looking for him. he’s trying to stay low key out of sight,” said Sgt Solomon.
If you can help find Matthew Gordon, call Savannah-Chatham police’s tip line at (912)525-3124 or make an anonymous call to Crimestoppers at 234-2020.
You can send an anonymous tip through the Savannah Crimestoppers website: http://savannahcrimestoppers.org/savannah
just click on the Report Anonymously link.
All information provided to CrimeStoppers is ANONYMOUS and can be reported 24/7.
Remember if your tip leads to an arrest – you could be eligible for a cash reward.
“There’s no reason these fingerprints should have been inside that home, and this is a hard working family that doesn’t need someone burglarizing their home,” said Solomon.