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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

September 20, 2021

Monday, September 13

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Beech Rd for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party stated they found a BlueBike by their shed and their own bikes gone. The matter is under investigation

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Coolidge St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party shared they found an unknown bike at the end of their driveway and that their own bike was missing. The matter is under investigation.


Tuesday, September 14

ASSAULT - Officers responded to call on Browne St for a report of an assault with an attempt to rob. The matter is under investigation.


Wednesday, September 15

BURGLARY - Officers were called to Vernon St regarding a burglary. The reporting party returned home to find the front door unlocked and property missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Thursday, September 16

LARCENY - Officers responded to a report of a theft of a purse on Pleasant St. The reporting party shared they had left their purse on the floor. The purse has since been found.

MV THEFT - Officers received a report of a motor vehicle theft on Commonwealth Av. The matter is under investigation.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers were called to Harvard St for a report of found property and were given a radio. It was taken to the station for safekeeping.


Friday, September 17

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers received a report of a past package theft on Browne St. The reporting party stated they received confirmation of the package's delivery, but it was gone by the time they went to collect it. The matter is under investigation.


Saturday, September 18

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a report of a car break on Beacon St. The victim shared they found their trunk opened and rummaged through, although nothing appeared to be taken. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, September 19

LARCENY - Officers were called to Coolidge St regarding a theft of cell phones. The reporting party stated they had left their phone on the sidewalk and returned to find it missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

September 13, 2021

Monday, September 6

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Lawton St for a report of a bike theft. The reporting party shared that they returned home in the morning to find their three bikes, which had been secured with a bike lock, were gone. The matter is under investigation.

MV THEFT - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report of a theft of a motor vehicle. The matter is under investigation.

ASSAULT - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St regarding an assault. The victim reported an individual approached them and attempted to kick them after a verbal interaction. Officers are looking into the matter further.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers responded to a call on Harvard St regarding shoplifting. The individual was apprehended, and the items were returned. 

ROBBERY - Officers were called to Corey Rd for reports of an individual behaving aggressively toward others. They were apprehended and placed under arrest.


Tuesday, September 7

GRAFFITI - Officers were called to Beacon St regarding new graffiti. The reporting party stated there were new tags on the garage walls. The matter is being referred to the community service division.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Egmont St regarding a bike theft. The reporting party shared their bike and the lock had been removed from the bike rack. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, September 9

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Babcock St regarding a theft of a package. The reporting party stated they received an email confirmation of the delivery, but one of the two packages was missing by the time they went to collect them. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, September 10

ANIMAL BITE - Officers were called to Freeman street for a report of a dog bite. The dog was confirmed up to date on its vaccinations. The matter has been referred to an animal control officer.

ROBBERY - Officers responded to a report of a robbery on Naples Rd. The victim stated they were approached by two individuals, who then took the victim's phone and wallet. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, September 12

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Babcock regarding a package theft. The reporting party stated they received confirmation, but when they went to check, one of the packages was missing. The matter has been resolved.


Wednesday, September 8, 2021

September 7, 2021

Monday, August 30

LARCENY - Officers responded to Beacon St regarding a theft of auto parts. The reporting party stated they had parked their car at a meter and later found a Catalytic Converter had been removed. The matter is under investigation.

LARCENY - Officers responded to Corey Rd regarding a theft of auto parts. The reporting party stated they noticed a car idling next to their own. Later they found their Catalytic Converter had been removed. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Beacon St regarding a past bike theft. The reporting party shared they had secured their bike outside their residence, but it was gone when they returned. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Tuesday, August 31

BREAKING AND ENTERING Officers responded to a call on Browne St regarding a breaking and entering. The victim stated they returned home to the door open and property missing. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Littell Rd regarding a bike theft. The victim shared they had secured their bikes to a tree in the rear of the residence. They found the cord lock cut and both bikes missing. One of the bikes, which had a secondary lock around the wheel, has been recovered. Officers are looking into the matter further.

AUTOMOBILE THEFT - Officers were called to Gerry Rd for a report of a theft of a motor vehicle. The victim shared they believed the doors were locked but woke to find their vehicle missing. The matter is under investigation.


Thursday, September 2

DOG BITE -  Officers responded to a report for a past dog bite on Sewall Av. The reporting party stated that while walking towards St. Paul St a dog ran at them and bit them in the leg. 

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Longwood Av regarding a bike theft. The victim shared they had stored their bike inside the apartment complex but noticed it missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Friday, September 3

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a report for a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated they had parked their car on Harvard St and discovered their wallet had been removed. They were advised to freeze their cards and watch their account for further suspicious activity. The matter is under investigation.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Acron Rd regarding a bike theft. The reporting party shared that their bike was missing from their driveway. The matter is under investigation.


Sunday, September 5

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a call on Winthrop Rd for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated they noticed property missing after having left their vehicle unlocked overnight. The matter is under investigation.

Tuesday, August 31, 2021

August 31, 2021

 Monday, August 23

CAR BREAK -  Officers were called to Wolcott Rd regarding a past car break. The victim shared they noticed the car had been rummaged through and property removed. The matter is under investigation.

GRAFFITI - Officers were called to a local school for a report of graffiti. The matter has been referred to the Brookline PD community service department.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a call on Rangeley Rd for a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim stated they noticed property strewn about the car as well as on the ground nearby, though nothing appeared to be taken. Officers are looking into the matter further.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a report of a package theft from Toxteth St. The victim shared they received email and photo confirmation of deliveries, but the packages were gone when they went to collect them. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Tuesday, August 24

LARCENY - Officers were called to Longwood Av regarding a theft of a necklace. The victim shared they were approached by an individual who removed their necklace and gave them fake jewelry in exchange. The matter is under investigation.

SHOPLIFTING - Officers were called to Commonwealth Av for a report of shoplifting. The reporting party witnessed an individual placing items in a reusable bag. They then became irate with employees when they approached and left without paying.


Wednesday, August 25

CAR BREAK -  Officers were called to Aspinwall Av regarding a report of a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle. The victim shared that they found the contents of the central console dumped onto the passenger seat and property missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Alton Pl for a report of a bike theft. The victim shared that they left the bike inside the lobby of their building, but it was gone the next morning. Officers are looking into the matter further.

BIKE THEFT -  Officers responded to Linden St for a report of a bike theft. The victim shared that they left their bikes on a bike rack and returned to find one missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Heath St regarding a theft of a package. The victim shared the package had been confirmed as delivered but was gone by the time they returned home. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Thursday, August 26

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to Alton Pl regarding a bike theft. The victim shared that they had secured their bike inside the building, but when they returned, it was missing. The matter is under investigation.


Friday, August 27

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers responded to Thorndike St regarding a theft of a motor scooter. The victim stated it was stolen overnight from their driveway. The motor scooter was recovered later that morning.


Saturday, August 28

BURGLARY - Officers responded to a call on Naples St. The victim reported they returned home to find a window open and back door open. Nothing appeared to be taken. Officers are looking into the matter further.

BIKE THEFT - Officers were called to Boylston St regarding a recent bike theft. The victim shared they left their bike outside a business while they went inside. When they returned, their bike was gone. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Sunday, August 29

BURGLARY - Officers responded to a call on Grove St regarding a burglary of a convenience store. Officers are looking into the matter further.

Monday, August 23, 2021

August 23, 2021

Monday, August 16

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers were contacted by an individual who stated they had trapped a bat in their apartment. The police took custody of it to submit for rabies testing.


Tuesday, August 17

SCOOTER THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St regarding a stolen moped. The victim stated that they had left the moped behind his building overnight and woke to find it missing. Officers are looking in the area for surveillance footage.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Browne St regarding a recent bike theft. The victim found the lock to their storage unit broken and their bike missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Wednesday, August 18

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a call regarding a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Kent St. The victim shared that they had left their car parked on the street, and when they returned, property was missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers were called to Harvard St regarding found property. They were given a phone and took it to the station for safe keeping.


Thursday, August 19

FALSE PRETENSE - Officers responded to a call regarding a theft by false pretense. The victim shared they received an email claiming to be from a trusted source and stating their was an issue with a past invoice.


Friday, August 20

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Centre St regarding a package theft. The victim stated they had received an email and picture confirming the arrival of their package, but the item was gone by the time they went to collect it. 


Saturday, August 21

ANIMAL BITE - Officers were called to Winchester St regarding a dog bite. The victim shared they were walking through the neighborhood when an unleashed dog bit them on the leg. Officers are looking into the matter.


Sunday, August 22

BACKPACK THEFT - Officers were called to Amory Park regarding a recent theft from a backpack. The victim shared that they had left their bag unattended and returned to find an individual rummaging through it. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Monday, August 16, 2021

August 16, 2021

 Monday, August 9

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call regarding a bike theft on Harvard St, where the reporting party shared the bike had been stored in the car port. Officers are looking into the matter further.

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers were contacted by a couple who reported they had trapped a bat that was flying in their bedroom. The police took custody of it to submit for rabies testing.


Tuesday, August 10

FOUND PROPERTY -  Officers found an unattended, unsecured bike at Still St. Due to the frequency of bike thefts in the area, the bike was retrieved for safekeeping.

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers were contacted by an individual who reported they had trapped a bat in their house. The police took custody of it to submit for rabies testing.


Wednesday, August 11

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers were contacted by an individual who reported they returned home to find their cat with a dead bat in its mouth. The cat is reportedly up to date with its shots, and the police took custody of the bat to submit for rabies testing.


Thursday, August 12

ATTEMPTED LARCENY - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St. regarding an attempted larceny of a scooter. The victim stated they found damage done to their scooter and belongings scattered around the garage, although nothing appears to have been taken. Officers are reviewing surveillance footage of the incident.

BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Harvard St. regarding a bike theft. The victim reported that she had secured her bike with a lock but, upon returning, the bike and lock were gone. Officers are looking into the matter further.


Friday, August 13

AUTOMOBILE THEFT - Officers were called to Winthrop Rd for a theft of a motor vehicle. The victim shared that they had last seen the vehicle the previous night and woke to find it missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.

ATTEMPTED BREAKING AND ENTERING - Officers responded to a call for an attempted breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Rawson Rd.  The victim shared that they came upon someone rummaging through the vehicle. Nothing appears to have been taken.

SCAM - Officers responded to a claim of a recent scam. The victim shared that they received an email stated they needed renew their computer's operating system and requested a sum sent to a PayPal account. The victim was advised, and officers are looking further into the matter.

BURGLARY - Officers responded to a call regarding a burglary on Beacon St. A witness saw a man break into the store and called the police. Officers are looking for surveillance footage in the area.


Saturday, August 14

BIKE THEFT -  Officers responded to a call regarding a bike theft on Francis St. The victim stated they had secured their bike with a cable lock and returned the next morning to find the lock cut and bike missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.

BREAKING AND ENTERING - Officers responded to a call for a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Beacon St.  The victim shared that they observed bags missing from their vehicle upon their return. Officers are looking into the matter further.

PACKAGE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on High St. The victim shared that they received emails confirming the package's delivery, but the packages were gone. Officers are looking at surveillance footage in the area.


Sunday, August 15

GRAFFITI - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St for a report of graffiti tags on a building. 

MOPED THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St. regarding a reported scooter theft. The victim stated they had secured the moped with a chain, but upon their return, the chain was on the ground, unlocked. Officers are looking into the matter further.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers responded to a call regarding an abandoned bike missing its seat and pedals. The bike was taken to the station for safekeeping.

Monday, August 9, 2021

August 9, 2021

 Monday, August 2

ASSAULT - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St. at around 10:30 pm. The victims shared that a man confronted them, asking if they wanted to fight, and proceeded to push one of the victims. The suspect then left the area. Officers are checking the area for surveillance footage of the altercation.


Tuesday, August 3

CAR BREAK - Offers responded to a report of a car break on Columbia St. The victim witnessed an individual ride away on a bike that had been stored in their vehicle. Officers were able to apprehend the suspect and return the property.


Wednesday, August 4

FOUND PROPERTY -  Officers were called to the corner of Aspinwall and Brookline Ave for a report of found property.  They were given a child's backpack with a fan inside and brought it to the station for safekeeping.

DAMAGE TO A BUILDING -  Officers responded to Beverly Rd. for a report of malicious damage. The reporting party said he found other debris in the area suggesting youths like to hang out in the area.


Friday, August 6

ID FRAUD - Officers responded to an unemployment fraud report where an unemployment benefit claim was made in the victim's name. The reporting party alerted the bank and were advised to check all accounts for suspicious activity.


Saturday, August 7

BIKE THEFT -  Officers responded to a call regarding a bike theft on Craig Pl. The victim reported they left the bike outside their apartment building and noticed the bike missing the morning after. Officers are looking at surveillance footage of the area and investigating further.


Sunday, August 8

BIKE THEFT -  Officers responded to a call regarding a bike theft on Village Wy. The bike had been secured to a fence, but the victim later found it missing, the lock having been cut and the seat removed. Officers are looking at surveillance footage of the area and investigating further.

CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a call regarding a car break on Francis St. The victim shared that they discovered the fuse box cover removed and left on the driver's side floor. They do not believe anything else to have been taken. 

BAT EXPOSURE - Officers were contacted by an individual who shared that they had trapped a bat that was flying in their bathroom. The police took custody of it to submit for rabies testing and advised the individual to be tested as well.

FOUND PROPERTY - Officers responded to Cypress St for a report of found property.  Officers were given a bike, along with three books in the basket, and brought it to the station for safekeeping.