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Thursday, June 1, 2017


5/31/17 – An officer responded to Park Vale for a report of graffiti. The reporting party stated that between 5/29/17 at 1500hrs and 5/30/17 at 1730hrs she noticed new graffiti inside the carport of the building. There are several words in white writing that appear unreadable as well as an inappropriate picture.

5/31/17 - An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject reporting a Breaking & Entering and Larceny of a motor vehicle. The reporting party stated the coins in her car were taken between 1700hrs on 5/30/17 and 0900hrs on 5/31/17. She stated she saw a White Male between the ages 16 -20 on her street at that time when she realized the coins were gone.

5/31/2017 - An officer responded to Park Street for a report of a past larceny. The reporting party stated the victim had been admitted to the hospital with a large quantity of cash in his pants pocket. At 1630hrs the victim reported that his money was now missing. His wallet containing the money was left in the dresser top drawer next to his bed. The wallet remained however the money was now missing.  The victim stated he last saw the envelope on the evening of 5/27/2017.

5/31/17 - An officer responded to Carlton St for a package theft. The victim stated that the package was delivered on 5/31/17 at approximately 1557 hours. At approximately 1750 hours, when he arrived home, the victim found the tampered packaged in the vestibule of the building.. The package contained a pair of gray Converse sneakers.

5/31/17 – An officer responded to Carlton St for a report of theft of contents from a package. The officer entered the vestibule and observed a package that appeared to have contents taken from it. The officer then went to alert the package owner of the theft of the contents. The items, two packets of Skinny Mate Tea, were taken between 1420hrs and 1610hrs.

5/31/17 – An officer at the front desk was approached by a subject looking to turn in a found wallet. The wallet was found in the Coolidge Corner area and is described as a man's brown wallet, containing a German license, Charlie cards, two credit cards and some cash. Officers were unable to contact the owner. 

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