7:30 a.m.: An officer was dispatched to an address on Summit Avenue for a bicycle theft report. The victim stated she had last seen the bicycle in her building’s garage the previous evening around 9:00 p.m. The following morning she discovered her bicycle was missing.
11:32 a.m.: While conducting traffic enforcement on Harvard Street, an officer observed a vehicle without an inspection sticker. A traffic stop was conducted during which it was found that his right to operate a motor vehicle was revoked. He was placed under arrest and issued a citation for Operating on a Revoked License and No Inspection Sticker.
11:55 a.m.: An officer responded to an address on Pleasant Street for a larceny report. The reporting party stated a resident of the building had received confirmation that a package was delivered to his residence on 7/29; however, he did not receive the package. Security footage shows the package being delivered to the front lobby and left on a window cell. Later, at approximately 10:37 a.m., a male entered the building and left with the package. The subject was wearing a white t-shirt, black hat, blue jeans, and black shoes. Follow up by the Detective Division has been requested.
3:24 p.m.: Officers were dispatched to a business on Harvard Street for a shoplifter. Upon arrival, the manager stated that she observed a male on surveillance take stacks of clothing and place them into a reusable bag he had brought with him. He then left the store and returned a few minutes later; at this time, the staff was notified of the individual and when he was approached he left through the front door. A copy of the surveillance video was placed into evidence.
3:50 p.m.: An officer was approached by an individual on Greenough Street who wished to report his bicycle had been stolen. He stated he had locked his bicycle at approximately 1:00 p.m. and when he returned to it at approximately 3:40 p.m., he found it was missing.
4:08 p.m.: An officer was dispatched to an address on Aspinwall Avenue for a recovered property report. A package was delivered to the address, but the package did not belong to any of the residents. The individual the package was made out to was contacted and she stated that she had been contacted by her credit card company stating her card had been used to make a purchase she had not made. Since this incident, the party has been monitoring her credit card history. Follow up has been requested by the Detective Division and the package was taken into evidence.
8:17 p.m.: Officers responded to a business on Beacon Street for an attempted shoplifting. The customer service manager had observed a male behind the customer service counter holding various items. Before officers arrived, the subject had left the scene and another male was observed heading in the same direction. Another employee explained to officers that she had observed the two subjects together in the store. Later, officers identified two parties and the store employees confirmed these subjects were the males in the store. They were placed under arrest for Shoplifting. Officers will be provided security footage from the business on Beacon Street.
At approximately 6:49 p.m., officers were dispatched to an address on Boylston Street for a past BE&L during which the contents of a pocketbook were stolen. Brookline Dispatch later received a call from an address on Dunster Road regarding a phone that was stolen out of a house that afternoon. Neither incident involved forced entry. At this time, approximately 9:00 p.m., a call was received from a resident on Woodland Road for an attempted breaking and entering. The reporting party stated she heard someone trying to open her front door and observed a white male wearing a white t-shirt and jeans attempting to enter her house. While speaking with the reporting party, a neighbor approached officers stating that an unidentified male had entered her house and then left. A male matching the description provided was located in the rear parking lot of the Beaver Country Day School. The witnesses participated in a show up identification and confirmed that the subject was the male who attempted to and entered the residences. He was placed under arrest and charged with B&E Night with intent to commit a felony and Attempted B&E with intent to commit a felony. All events occurred in close proximity and the earlier incidents are currently under investigation relative to those on Woodland Road.
On July 30th, a residential home was broken into at the 300 block of Walnut St. At the time of the break the residents were not home. Electronics and jewelry were taken from the home. As a result of the investigation a suspect was identified. Today, August 1, an Arrest warrant was issued from the Brookline District for the suspect.
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