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Monday, August 31, 2015


On August 29th, an officer while on patrol on St. Paul Street was approached by a Brookline resident who wanted to report her son’s bicycle missing.  The resident stated her son locked the bicycle to the fence behind her building in the afternoon on August 27th.  She stated the bicycle was locked with a chain and pad lock to the fence.  The next morning, she discovered the bicycle as well as the chain and pad lock was gone.

On August 30th, an officer was dispatched to a residence on Linden Street for a report of an attempted breaking and entering.  On scene, the victims stated they were on vacation and when they returned home they noticed the rear window screen cut and patio furniture moved around.  The victims stated the apartment was left undisturbed and reported nothing missing at this time. 

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