Monday, August 16
BAT EXPOSURE - Officers were contacted by an individual who stated they had trapped a bat in their apartment. The police took custody of it to submit for rabies testing.
Tuesday, August 17
SCOOTER THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Beacon St regarding a stolen moped. The victim stated that they had left the moped behind his building overnight and woke to find it missing. Officers are looking in the area for surveillance footage.
BIKE THEFT - Officers responded to a call on Browne St regarding a recent bike theft. The victim found the lock to their storage unit broken and their bike missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.
Wednesday, August 18
CAR BREAK - Officers responded to a call regarding a breaking and entering of a motor vehicle on Kent St. The victim shared that they had left their car parked on the street, and when they returned, property was missing. Officers are looking into the matter further.
FOUND PROPERTY - Officers were called to Harvard St regarding found property. They were given a phone and took it to the station for safe keeping.
Thursday, August 19
FALSE PRETENSE - Officers responded to a call regarding a theft by false pretense. The victim shared they received an email claiming to be from a trusted source and stating their was an issue with a past invoice.
Friday, August 20
PACKAGE THEFT - Officers were called to Centre St regarding a package theft. The victim stated they had received an email and picture confirming the arrival of their package, but the item was gone by the time they went to collect it.
Saturday, August 21
ANIMAL BITE - Officers were called to Winchester St regarding a dog bite. The victim shared they were walking through the neighborhood when an unleashed dog bit them on the leg. Officers are looking into the matter.
Sunday, August 22
BACKPACK THEFT - Officers were called to Amory Park regarding a recent theft from a backpack. The victim shared that they had left their bag unattended and returned to find an individual rummaging through it. Officers are looking into the matter further.
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