5:50 pm: An officer assigned to the front desk of the Brookline Police Department was approached by a Brookline resident who came to report a larceny. The victim reported entering a local restaurant on 7/6/2016 to utilize the restroom. The victim reported leaving her purse on the bathroom sink and on her arrival home she immediately called restaurant to check for the bag. The employee stated the purse was no longer in the restaurant.
9:13 am: An officer assigned to the front desk of the Brookline Police Department and was approached by a Brookline resident who came to report a larceny. The victim reported on 6/4/2016, his son was selling flowers in the front of his house. While he was distracted, a white male operating a gray SUV grabbed a crystal vase used to hold the flowers and fled. The reporting person was able to give the officer a detailed description of the vehicle and license plate number. This matter is still under investigation.
10:31 am: An Elm Street resident reported she was a victim of credit card fraud. Her account was used in Detroit though she has no ties to anyone in the city. The resident is obtaining more information regarding the report.
1:32 pm: An individual reported a license plate was stolen from his vehicle while it was parked in a hotel garage on Webster Street. The car had been parked in the garage for a week. Surveillance footage was not available for the area of the garage.
12:05 am: A piece of concrete was thrown through a window of a Babcock Street residence. A pile of broken concrete was found near the window and a maintenance worker reported seeing the concrete block bench intact on 7/8/2016. A responding officer observed a group of 4-5 males in the area. These males began running when they saw the cruiser. The officer was able to stop and identify the individuals who denied any involvement in the events that took place.
12:12 am: A Babcock Street resident reported hearing his basement door open. Responding officers found the basement door wide open and cleared the basement and house. They did not locate any individuals or find anything out of place. The resident stated that the basement door is usually left unsecured, but always closed. There was no evidence of forced entry. No link has been found between this event and the malicious damage report on Babcock Street.
8:59 pm: An individual reported a suspicious vehicle parked on Kent Street. The vehicle had been left on cinder blocks without any wheels. The vehicle’s owner was informed of the situation and has made arrangements to have his vehicle moved to a secure area. Lug nuts were left at the scene and were collected as evidence. This matter is still under investigation.