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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Tuesday, April 23rd

12:46PM: Officers were dispatched to Franklin Street for a larceny report. The reporting party told police him and his family were getting ready to go on vacation this afternoon. He placed four luggage bags out on the sidewalk in front of their home at approximately 12:20pm. When the father returned to the sidewalk about five minutes later, all the bags were missing. The items are described as three large dark bags and one small red one. This case is under investigation.

1:50PM: An officer took a report of larceny from a multi-residential building on Centre Street. Officers spoke to the reporting party who claimed he left his backpack in one of the building’s hallways. He last saw the backpack at 12PM. When he returned to retrieve the item at 12:40PM it was missing. The bag contained $500 cash and headphones. Police are investigating.

2:33PM: Police responded to Saint Paul Street for a stolen bicycle report. The woman had last seen her bike locked to the railing outside her apartment door at approximately 4:30pm on Sunday, April 21st. This afternoon, her daughter asked to ride the bike and she realized that it, and the lock, was missing. The bicycle is a black men’s Trek mountain bike. Police are investigating.

7:59PM: Police were dispatched to a business on Beacon Street for a report of shoplifting. Upon arrival, officers spoke to the store manager that stated a man stole a number of steaks and chicken then fled to Longwood Avenue exit. The suspect was observed getting onto a bicycle on Longwood Avenue and then turning right onto Sewall Avenue. The man was described as a dark-skinned male in a green coat. Police were unable to locate the subject.

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