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Monday, April 30, 2018

4/27 through 4/29


On Friday afternoon, an officer responded to Colbourne Cr. for a report of a larceny from a motor vehicle. The victim stated that they had been away from their vehicle for approximately 30 minutes before returning to see their items taken. Police are investigating this case.

Friday night, officers were dispatched to St Paul St. for a larceny report. The victim stated that a package that had been delivered that afternoon had been opened, with its contents removed. This incident is being investigated.


An officer was dispatched to Kent St. to take a report of a Breaking & Entering of a Motor Vehicle on Saturday morning. The victim reviewed home security footage and noticed a subject opening the driver's side door of a car parked in their driveway on the morning of 4/27. Nothing was reported missing from the vehicle.

An officer responded to Washington St. for a report of a past larceny. The victim stated that he had left his phone on the front steps of a building and upon returning, it was gone. A follow-up has been requested. This incident is under investigation.

An officer was dispatched to Coolidge St. to take a report of a past dog bite that had occurred Saturday afternoon. The victim stated that she had been with her dog in Amory Park and while exiting, a dog came up behind her and bit her calf. A medical professional within the dog park examined the bite and determined that the victim was fine. The officer dispatched also examined the bite and the victim refused medical attention. Animal Control was advised of this incident.

Sunday night, an officer was dispatched to Thorndike St for a reported package theft. The victim stated that she had received delivery confirmation about an expected package. Upon retrieving her package, she located it alongside her residence with the contents removed. This incident is under investigation.


An officer was dispatched to a business on Harvard St for a report of a past shoplifting. The store manager stated that on 4/28, a man placed multiple items into a bag and walked out of the store.

On Sunday afternoon, an officer took a shoplifting report on Harvard St. A male subject had concealed items, placed them into a bag and left before paying for the merchandise. Brookline PD is investigating these two cases of shoplifting. They are both under investigation.

An officer was dispatched to Mason Tr Sunday evening to investigate a reported identity theft. The victim stated that last week, a party outside of Massachusetts made changes to his family cellphone plan. Through doing so, the suspect seemed to have gain access to bank account information, compromising the victim's finances. The victim was provided with the Credit Bureau Fraud Department form and advised by the responding officer. Brookline Police are continuing their investigation of this case.

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