8:30PM- A package theft was reported at the Brookline Police Station. The complainant, residing on Juniper Street stated on 10/23 he placed an order for an electronic device. The next day he received an email that the package had been shipped. He received a notification on 10/26 that the package had been delivered at 10:14AM. When he went to retrieve the package the following morning it was not there. The apartment building has a locked front vestibule door. This case is being investigated.
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The following information is based on initial reviews of incident reports and should not be considered a comprehensive list of all incidents reported. The blog reports do not include sex crimes, domestic abuse, juvenile information, medical reports, and other sensitive police reports. The blog may differ from local news sources as well as trends reported at crimereports.com
Thursday, November 8, 2018
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Tuesday, November 8th
1:05PM- Officers were dispatched to Davis Avenue for a report of graffiti on a building. The property manager of the building told officers that when he left for work Wednesday evening around 5:00PM he didn’t see any damages to the building. When he arrived at work on Thursday morning around 9:00AM he noticed pink graffiti on the outside wall of the building. This case is under investigation.
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Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Monday, November 5th
12:30PM- A larceny report was made on Heath Street. A student reported losing his credit card on 11/1 around 8:00PM. On Friday 11/2 he received an email that his card was found by another student and had been turned in. On Saturday 11/3 he found that charges were made to his card. He contacted one of the companies the items were purchased from. He was able to find out the name of the people the packages were addressed to. The name on the package corresponded with the name of the student who turned in the card. The other name on the package was the suspect’s boyfriend. This case is under investigation.
5:00PM- Officers were dispatched to Dean Road for a report of a larceny. The victim stated she and her boyfriend parked her boyfriend’s car on Linden Place around 11:00AM. She remembers leaving her wallet in the middle console just underneath the gear shift prior to leaving the vehicle. When they returned to the vehicle around 12:00PM they discovered the wallet was missing. This case is being investigated.
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Monday, November 5, 2018
Sunday, November 4th
11:34AM- An individual reported his motorcycle stolen at the Brookline Police Department. An officer first checked the system to see if the car had been towed. The reporting party relayed that his client allows him to park his motorcycle in the buildings rear parking lot located on Vernon Street. The gray Yamaha Sport motorcycle had been parked there since 10/30 and he last saw it on 11/3 around 4:00PM. On 11/4 around 10:00AM he discovered the motorcycle was missing. This case is under investigation.
1:00PM- Officers were dispatched to Beacon Street for a larceny report. The complainant reported that on 11/29 around 1:00PM she was getting ready to leave her home and took off her rings. When she was leaving a maintenance worker arrived to complete a job she requested. The worker told her she did not have to be present for the job so she left the home. When she returned around 4:00PM she noticed her rings were gone. She spent a week looking for them and had assistance going so. She was unable to find them. This case is being investigated.
Saturday, November 3rd
2:28PM- Officers responded to Fisher Avenue for a report of a broken window in a town owned building. Upon arrival an officer observed a broken window on the southward side of the building. It appeared to have been lifted a quarter of the way in an attempt to gain entry. A padlock was observed along with a beer can and shards of broken glass on the floor inside the building. Blood was observed on the floor where it appears the assailant cut them self on the shattered window while trying to gain access to the building. This case is case is being investigated.
Friday, November 2nd
6:30AM- An officer was dispatched to Walcott Road for a report of a break, entering and larceny from a motor vehicle. The reporting party reported that at 1:00AM on 11/2 he parked his vehicle in his driveway. That same morning at 5:00AM he went to his vehicle and found that his bicycle which was in the back seat was missing. This case is under investigation.
9:49AM- A package theft incident was reported on Egmont Street. The complainant reported to an officer that at 3:00PM when her daughter came home from school she saw two packages in the vestibule addressed to them. The daughter was unable to pick them up at the time so she left them there for her mother to pick up. When the mother and daughter arrived home around midnight the packages were gone. This case is being investigated.
6:43PM- A report was made at the station for a stolen motor vehicle from the rear lot of a car company on Commonwealth Avenue. The reporting party stated her car broke down and she got it towed to a car company. When she contacted the company to check on her vehicle she was told they did not have her vehicle. She contacted the tow company who informed her that they put her vehicle in the rear lot of a different car repair company. The reporting party then called that company who denied having the vehicle. This case is under investigation.
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