- Occurred between 2:20PM and 4:40PM(01/16) –
345 Harvard St
Victim reports that while they left their backpack unattended, their cell phone was taken from it. The victim was advised to shut of their cell phone service.
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Victim reports that the suspect came in to the store to look at a piece of jewelry. When the victim set down the jewelry on the counter, the suspect took it and left the store. Officers will follow up to look at store surveillance.
Victim reports that while at a bar, the suspect bumped into the victim causing their wallet to fall out of their purse. The victim realized five minutes later that their wallet was gone. Victim was advised to contact their credit card companies.
During a routine traffic stop officers found that the operator was driving after their license had been revoked. The operator was arrested.
Victim reports that their motor vehicle was stolen from their parking lot.
During a routine traffic stop, officers found that the operator was driving after their license was suspended. The operated was arrested.
Victim reports that upon their return to their home, the back door had been broken into. Several items were taken including jewelry, cash, traveler’s checks and personal checks.
Victims report that their mail had been taken out of the lobby of their building. Two suspects rang the doorbell claiming to be the cleaning crew. One of the tenants let them in, but after 20 minutes of not hearing anything going on in the hallway the tenant checked the hallway and the two suspects and the pile of mail were gone. Tenants were advised to do credit card checks.
Victims report that money was stolen from their apartment. There were no signs of forced entry.
A loss prevention officer notified police of a shoplifting incident. When they arrived on scene they questioned and arrested the suspect.
Victim reports that when they went to park in their assigned spot there was already a vehicle parked there. The victim parked in the spot next to that one. When the victim returned to the vehicle the next morning there was a note stating not to park in other people’s spots, along with multiple scratches to his passenger door. Police are following up on this investigation.
Victim reports that between 7:00AM and 7:15AM sometime last month a suspect was looking into the victim’s window while the victim was changing. The victim didn’t get a good look at the suspect. There was a similar case last week when a suspect was climbing on fire escapes and peeping into windows. The police would like to advise citizens to keep their blinds down and if they see any suspicious activity such as this to call the police and stay on the line until they get there.
Victim reports that tools were taken out of his tool shed. There was no evidence of forced entry.
Victim reports that her cell phone and cell phone charger were taken from a table in the victim’s work place. Witnesses say they saw a suspicious man in the building earlier that morning, going through coat pockets in the waiting area. Police are working with the witnesses for further information on the suspect.
Victim reports that while away from their backpack for 5 minutes their cell phone was taken from the bag.
Victim reports that upon returning to their car, the front passenger window had been smashed. The GPS and power cord was taken which had been left in its mount on the windshield with the power cord still plugged in.
During a traffic stop police officers arrested an operator for driving without a license.
While on patrol officers came to a vehicle that had crashed into a parked car and was perpendicular to the road. After further investigation the operator was taken to the hospital and summonsed to court for operating under the influence.
Victim reports while walking the suspect ran up behind her and took their purse and continued running. In the victim’s purse were several forms of identification, cash and credit cards. Police later located the purse a few blocks away, the wallet was missing. Police are working with the victim for a further description on the suspect.
Victim reports that while walking the suspect ran up from behind and took their purse and continued running. When police arrived they canvassed the neighborhood for the suspect but could not find the suspect. Upon trying to call the cell phone an uninvolved citizen answered and led police back to victim’s belongings. Everything was found except for the cash. Detectives took a few items into custody for further investigation.
Victim reports that upon returning to their car there was a large scratch on the driver side door similar to a previous scratch. Police are going to follow up with the possible suspects.
Victim reports that while walking on