Please check the lines underlined in bold only for the correct usage of words
Through your esteemed newspaper, we would like to draw the attention of the public towards the sudden spurt in the anti-social activities in our locality recently.
Last Sunday, armed thieves broke out into a house of our neighborhood and killed a young couple. They made off with articles worth a few lakhs of rupees.
Sexual harassment has become rampant. It has become a problem for the parents of the area to send their daughters to schools and colleges. The punks in groups sit at the corner and some particular points and make a pass at the girls going to schools and colleges. The anti-social elements roam about on motor cycles and indulge in socially unacceptable behavior.
We have lodged a complaint with the local police station against these activities.
If eve-teasing is a common term in India and the newspaper is in India, then I don't see a need to change it. All of the bold parts look good to me. You can either break out of someplace (jail) or break into (house) it. You don't do both at the same time.
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