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Wednesday, September 13, 2017



1:00 PM
An officer was approached by a man in Coolidge Corner who found a wallet on the sidewalk in front of 294 Harvard Street. In the wallet were personal effects including a driver’s license, college ID and a Visa debit card. Several attempts were made to contact the owner of the wallet but police were unable to make contact. The wallet was placed into evidence for safe keeping. 

2:00 PM
An officer was dispatched to an address on Salisbury Road to take report of malicious damage. The caller stated that he observed a rock on his porch, and later discovered that a window to his home was broken.  The caller stated that he did not think entry was made to his home. He added that he believed it may have been children playing in the area.


12:25 PM
An officer was dispatched to an address on Kenwood Street. The caller stated that her and her husband’s vehicles were broken into sometime within the past couple of days. Both vehicles were left un-locked and both appeared to be rummaged through, and pair of prescription glasses, and loose change were stolen from the vehicles.

1:39 PM
A person came to the front desk to report malicious damage to her vehicle. She stated yesterday (9/11/17) she parked her car at an address on Hammond Street. When she returned to her vehicle later she discovered scratches on both sides of her vehicle consistent with the car being “keyed”. There were no witnesses to the incident.

4:36 PM
An officer was dispatched to an address on Lancaster Terrace to take a report of fraud. The reporting person stated that she received a letter from Best Buy confirming her application for a Best Buy credit card which she never applied for. She notified the Best Buy fraud division and they cancelled the card. The caller also stated that recently she had been the victim of similar fraud on her bank accounts.

7:48 PM
An officer responded to an address on Harvard Street to take a report of a stolen bicycle. The reporting party stated that sometime between August 30th and September 3rd his bike was stolen from a bike rack in a common area of the basement of his residence. The caller stated that the bike was not locked, and is valued at $500.

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