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Monday, February 26, 2018

2/23 through 2/25/2018


On Friday February 23, an officer was dispatched to Monmouth Ct on a larceny report. The victim stated that she had noticed two of her belongings, typically kept on her bedroom dresser, missing earlier this month. Police are investigating.

An officer was dispatched to St Paul St for a report of a past larceny on Friday evening. Upon arrival, the victim stated that she had left a stroller in the hallway of a doctor’s office that was carrying two cell phones. Upon returning to the hallway, she noticed that both of the phones were missing. After unsuccessfully retracing her steps, she made the determination that they were stolen from the stroller. A follow-up has been requested as police are still investigating.


On Saturday, an officer at BPD took a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle at the front desk. The victim stated that her dashboard camera went missing from the wind shield of her car, parked on Egmont St. This case is under investigation.

A business on Washington St filed a larceny report at the station on Saturday, informing the officer that a cash box and business checks were missing from their original placement. Police are investigating.


An officer responded to Marion St for a report of a past larceny of a bicycle. The victim stated that she had left her bike, unlocked, within the building’s parking garage, during the early hours of Sunday morning. Upon returning to the garage later that morning, both her bicycle and helmet were gone.

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