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Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Tuesday, September 4th

1:24 PM- Officers were dispatched to Harvard Street for a larceny report.  An officer spoke with a loss prevention officer who had a female on scene who had stolen money from the store.  The suspect had been taking money and various items from the store for months.  The suspect was known to have ties to the store. The loss prevention employee had the suspect fill out a written statement where she admitted to her actions and apologized.  Video surveillance confirms the suspect’s actions.

4:07 PM- A report was made on a larceny of a bicycle.  An officer spoke with the reporting party who stated on the evening of Thursday, August 30th 2018, his son locked his bicycle to a “No Parking” sign on Parkman Street using a “U-Lock”.  On Friday morning his son went to retrieve his bicycle when he noticed the “No Parking” sign had been knocked over and his bicycle was missing.  The bike was described as a Roadmaster 26 inch Granite Peak men’s bicycle with red trim.  The reporting party also stated this is the second bicycle that has been stolen from this location in the last month.  On an unknown date approximately a month ago, his son locked another bicycle to the same “No Parking” sign using a cable lock which had been cut.  The bicycle stolen this week was exactly the same as the one stolen last week.  This case is under investigation.

8:26 PM- An officer was dispatched to Browne Street for a report of a larceny of a bicycle.  The officer spoke with the complainant who stated on Friday, August 31st he locked his bicycle to a “No Parking” sign at approximately 1:00 PM using a “U-Lock”.  When he went to retrieve his bicycle the following morning he noticed the “No Parking” sign had been knocked over and his bicycle was stolen.  The bicycle was described as a black Trek FX2 men’s bicycle.  A rack is located over the rear tire of the bicycle.  This case is being investigated.

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