Dozens of Queens residents have been terrorized by a serial burglar who has been breaking into—or trying to break into—apartments since December, say police. Many of the incidents involved a fire escape window, but authorities say that one victim was woken by a noise from her front door and then found the suspect in her bedroom, shining a flashlight in her face.

All 31 incidents have occurred in Ridgewood, starting on December 30th. The NYPD has released details of the crimes; in one instance, the suspect apparently tried to gain entry through a fire escape window, prompting a 17-year-old girl and an eight-year-old girl to flee the apartment. Here's the NYPD's description in full, for all the neighborhood burglary pattern completists out there:

Incident #1: On Friday, December 30, 2016 between 0930 and 2030 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Grove Street and Fairview Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed $5,000 in cash and $10,000 in jewelry. The 43-year-old male victim reported the incident to police upon returning to his apartment and discovering the burglary at 2030 hours.

Incident #2: It was reported to police that on Monday, January 9, 2017 at 1845 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Menahan Street and Seneca Avenue, a 38-year-old female victim returned to her apartment and heard footsteps inside. The victim entered and observed the brown boots and dark jeans of an unidentified male as he fled her apartment onto the fire escape. No property was removed.

Incident #3: On Monday, January 9, 2017 between 0850 and 1800 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Grove Street and Woodward Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed a Pandora bracelet with one round charm, a pair of earrings, a ring and necklaces. The 26-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 1815 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #4: It was reported to police that on Thursday, January 12, 2017 between 1445 and 1700 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Linden Street and Cypress Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed two bracelets, four necklaces and two rings from the jewelry box in her bedroom. The 40-year-old female victim discovered the burglary upon returning home.

Incident #5: It was reported to police that on Monday, January 16, 2017 between 1730 and 1930 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Onderdonk Avenue and 69th Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed a necklace, rings an earring and $2,000. The 43-year-old female victim discovered the burglary upon returning home at 1930 hours.

Incident #6: It was reported to police that between Thursday, January 19, 2017 at 0800 hours and Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 1700 hours, at a residence in the vicinity of Madison Street and 64th Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed a plastic bag containing $100 in perfume. The 62-year-old male victim discovered the burglary on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 1700 hours upon returning home from Florida.

Incident #7: It was reported to police that on Thursday, January 23, 2017 between 0800 and 1700 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Madison Street and 64th Street (same as Incident #6) an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed a camera, an Apple MacBook Pro, and external hard drive a Steve Madden bag and other items. The 29-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning to her apartment at 1830 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #8: It was reported to police that on Friday, January 27, 2017 between 1530 and 1830 hours at a 3rd floor residence in the vicinity of Gates Avenue and St. Nicholas Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a kitchen window and removed $1,500 from a dresser drawer. The 55-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning to her apartment and discovering the burglary.

Incident #9: It was reported to police that on Friday, January 27, 2017 between 0930 and 1900 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Cypress Avenue and Madison Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed $4,000 and a gold opal ring. The 33-year-old male victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 1900 hours.

Incident #10: It was reported to police that on Thursday, February 2, 2017 between 0755 and 1830 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Seneca Avenue and Menahan Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed jewelry. The 57-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning to her apartment at 1830 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #11: It was reported to police that on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 1835 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Grove Street and Woodward Avenue, that an unidentified individual had gained access to an apartment through a window via the fire escape. A 38-year-old male complainant reported the incident to police when he heard footsteps coming from the apartment above his, which he knew to be unoccupied. No property was removed.

Incident #12: It was reported to police that on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 between 0900 and 2120 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Cypress Avenue and Harman Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed $1,900 from a suitcase. The 56-year-old male victim reported the incident to police upon returning to his apartment from work at 2120 hours.

Incident #13: It was reported to police that on Monday, February 13, 2017 at 1945 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Woodbine Street and St. Nicholas Avenue, a 36-year-old female returned to her apartment and discovered that the kitchen window was propped open with a broomstick and her bedroom was ransacked. No property was taken.

Incident #14: It was reported to police that on Monday, February 13, 2017 at 1820 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Woodbine Street and St. Nicholas Avenue (same location as Incident #13, different apartment), a 23-year-old female victim, who was sleeping in her bedroom, was awakened by a loud by a loud noise coming from the front door to her apartment. An unidentified individual with a flashlight entered her bedroom, and the victim screamed and called 911. The unidentified individual fled via the apartment door. The victim subsequently discovered that there was damage to the door frame to the apartment and that the deadbolt lock had been broken off.

Incident #15: It was reported to police that between 1800 hours on Monday, February 13, 2017 and 0045 hours on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at a residence in the vicinity of Harman Street and Seneca Avenue, an unidentified individual entered an apartment and removed $6,000 from a nightstand and $340 from the kitchen table. The 27-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning home from work at 0045 hours on Tues. Feb, 14, 2017 and discovering the burglary.

Incident #16: A 38-year-old male victim reported to police that he returned to his apartment in the vicinity of Cypress Avenue and Menahan Street on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 1930 hours, following a vacation with his wife and children, and discovered that the window near the fire escape was open and the couch was moved away from the window. No property was taken.

Incident #17: A 25-year-old female victim reported to police that she returned after work to her apartment in the vicinity of Seneca Avenue and Weirfield Street on Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 0150 hours and discovered that several rooms were ransacked by an unidentified individual who gained entry via a fire escape window. No property was taken.

Incident #18: It was reported to police that on Thursday, February 23, 2017 between 0800 and 1800 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Palmetto Street and Cypress Avenue, an unidentified individual gained entry and removed a security box that contained a Social Security card, passport, birth certificate, ID and collectible coins. The 28-year-old male victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 1830 hours.

Incident #19: It was reported to police that on Thursday, February 23, 2017 between 1500 and 2000 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Seneca Avenue and Bleecker Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed six rings, two necklaces, two bracelets, three pairs of earrings and $2,800 from a bedroom dresser drawer. The 31-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning to her apartment at 2000 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #20: It was reported to police that on Saturday, February 25, 2017 between 1200 and 2030 hours, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed 14 rings, four necklaces and four bracelets. The 61-year-old female victim, who left her home at 1200 hours for church, reported the incident to police upon returning home at 2030 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #21: It was reported to police that on Monday, February 27, 2017 between 0700 hours and 1900 hours at a residence in the vicinity of 71st Avenue and 60th Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed nine rings and six bracelets. The 66-year-old female victim reported the incident upon returning home at 1900 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #22: It was reported to police that on Monday, February 27, 2017 between 1030 and 1900 hours, an unidentified individual entered an apartment through a window via the fire escape and ransacked the apartment. The 26-year-old female victim returned to her apartment at 1900 hours and reported the incident to police. No property was removed.

Incident #23: It was reported to police that on Wednesday, March 1, 2017 between 1730 and 1900 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Harman Street and Seneca Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and rummaged through the 28-year-old male victim's apartment. No property was taken.

Incident #24: It was reported to police that on Thursday, March 2, 2017 between 1000 and 1900 hours at a residence in the vicinity of 71st Avenue and 60th Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window and removed a necklace that says "AMOR", two other necklaces, a gold ring with a ruby in the center and a bracelet. The 57-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 1900 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #25: It was reported to police that on Friday, March 3, 2017 at 1835 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Onderdonk Avenue and 69th Avenue, occupants of an apartment observed an unidentified individual attempt to gain entry via a window. An 8-year-old female and a 17-year-old female fled the apartment for their safety and the incident was reported to police. The individual did not gain entry and no property was taken.

Incident #26: It was reported to police that between 1800 and 2335 hours on Friday, March 3, 2017 at an apartment in the vicinity of Cypress Avenue and Harman Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and ransacked the apartment. The 33-year-old male victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 2335 hours.

Incident #27: It was reported to police that between 1800 and 1845 hours on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at a residence in the vicinity of Cypress Avenue and Harman Street, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed $1,000 from a wallet that was in a closet and a Samsung S6 from a bedroom. The 45-year-old male victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 1845 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #28: It was reported to police that on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 between 1400 and 2100 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Madison Street and Woodward Avenue, an unidentified individual entered by forcing the rear apartment door and removed vintage Russian medals (no other description available), two "M" pendants and a bracelet monogrammed/engraved with "Mayrelle Clark" (not the victim's name). The 34-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 2100 hours and discovering the burglary.

Incident #29: It was reported to police that between 1130 hours on Friday, March 10, 2017 and 1350 hours on Sunday, March 12 at a residence in the vicinity of Himrod Street and Cypress Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed a ring. The 24-year-old female reported the incident upon returning home at 1350 hours on Sunday, March 12, 2017 and discovering the burglary.

Incident #30: It was reported to police that on Monday, March 13, 2017 between 0745 and 1700 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Himrod Street and Cypress Avenue, an unidentified individual entered through a window via the fire escape and removed $3,000 in jewelry. The 49-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning home at 1700 hours and discovered the burglary.

Incident #31: It was reported to police that on Monday, March 13, 2017 between 0830 and 1530 hours at a residence in the vicinity of Himrod Street and Cypress Avenue (same location as Incident #29, different apartment), an unidentified individual gained entry by forcing the apartment door and removed $300 in jewelry. The 35-year-old female victim reported the incident to police upon returning to her apartment 1530 hours and discovered the burglary.

Investigators have released surveillance video of the suspect from incident #27, taken around 7 p.m. on March 3.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call the NYPD's Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM or by texting their tips to 274637 (CRIMES) then enter TIP577.