Authorities are investigating several recent burglaries.

Shortly after 8 a.m. June 8, a city employee arrived at work to find that someone had broken into the concession stand and a storage building at the softball complex.

At the time of the report, city employees were unsure if anything had been removed from either building, but reported more than $400 in damage.

Later in the morning, two residents in the 700 block of A Street SE reported that their homes had been burglarized.

The first resident told police that he returned home from work and found the rear door to his home broken and pieces of trim laying on the sidewalk that leads to his back door. He also discovered that the window in the door had been removed.

The resident reported $200 in cash missing from his home. He also said that several DVDs and a bottle of Capitral, a bacterial antibiotic, was missing from the home.

Next door, a resident reported a collection of antique pocket watches were stolen from her home while she was out of town.

According to police officials, the perpetrator(s) entered the home through a small window, causing approximately $75 in damage. A sliding glass door had been removed from its tracks, causing approximately $150 in damage.

Also on June 8, a G Street SE resident reported that her home had been burglarized while she was out of town.

According to Miami Police Detective Todd Chenoweth, there was no damage to the residence, but the back door was found open and approximately $180 in stereo equipment had been taken from the home.

At least three more residential burglaries were reported this week, according to police reports.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Miami Police Department at 542-5585.