- Occurred at 2PM (11/23) - 59 Pleasant Street
David Small, 50 yrs, was arrested and charged with Larceny.
Police on patrol noticed a suspicious male entering various apartment lobbies without any intended purpose. Police witnessed the man enter several lobbies and leave with packages. Upon questioning the man it was learned that the packages were not his and he was subsequently arrested.
- Occurred between 12:01AM (11/22) and 3:56AM (11/23) -
1317 Beacon Street6307
Police responded to Trader Joes where an employee reported that upon arriving to work he noticed the stores safe missing from the manager’s officer. Police noticed that the office was visibly in disarray, the safe contained an undisclosed amount of money and this case is still under investigation.
- Occurred between 5:10AM (11/19) and12PM (
11/21)-150 Walnut Street
Victim reported that upon returning home from being on vacation she discovered her jewelry box opened and dumped on her bed. She reported that approximately $20,000 worth of jewelry including about 20 pairs of earrings, 4 diamond rings, and numerous bracelets had been stolen from the apartment as well as a laptop computer, police are still currently investigating this case.
- Occurred between 7PM and 7:15PM (11/20) -
66 Tappan Street
Victim reported leaving her coat and bag in the corner of the gym after a high school dance. She returned 15 minutes later to discover her belongings missing. The coat contained a cell phone valued at $420 as well as a digital camera valued at $200. The wallet contained about $10 in cash.
- Occurred between 12:15PM and 12:53PM (11/23) -
473 Harvard Street
Victim reported that he had dropped his wallet inside Starbucks and upon returning to the store noticed it missing. The wallet contained $50 cash and various bank and identification cards.
- Occurred between 2:52PM and 3PM (11/23) -
1302 Beacon Street
An employee at Mint Julep Clothing reported that a dress had been stolen sometime during the day. The dress is valued at $318.
- Occurred between 8AM (11/11) and 8AM (11/19) -
130 Clyde Street
Victim reported receiving notification from his bank that several suspicious transactions had been made on his card, the total amount of fraudulent purchases is approximately $750.