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Thursday, July 9, 2009

July 8th Police Reports

July 8th Police Reports

Breaking and Entering of Motor Vehicle

  • Occurred between 1:00(7/8) and 8:00(7/8) – 52 Fairway Rd.

Victim reported that his vehicle had been broken into overnight. Victim states that, the next morning, he had observed the driver’s side door was not completely closed and secured. There was no indication of forced entry into the vehicle. After having gone through the vehicle, victim reported missing change. Police are following up on the case.


  • Occurred 1:17(7/8) – 350 Washington St.

Victim reports of an unauthorized charge having been made on her Credit Card. Victim suspects her ex-boyfriend may have been the one to have used the card since he had used it once before. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred between 11:00(7/2) and 8:18(7/8) – 1559 Beacon St.

Victim reported having received a call from Discover in regards to an address change on her credit card account. Victim states that she canceled the card because she never opened an account with Discover. Victim concerned that someone has her Social Security Number along with other personal information. Police are following up on the case.


  • Occurred between 8:00(7/7) and 4:00(7/7) – 165 Chestnut St.

Subject reported that his grandfather’s debit card and cash had been missing from his apartment. The account was closed. Police are following up on the case.

  • Occurred 12:00(6/29) and 6:00(6/29) – 1731 Beacon St.

Victim reported missing items from his apartment. Victim states that he had been on vacation for five months and suspects that one of the cleaners may have taken them. Police are following up on the case.

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