April 2020

3600 Conrad St. 
Complainant parked his 2013 Honda CRV at listed location at 6:45PM. Compl recieived a text message at 2:47AM on 4/21 from neighbors alerting him that his passenger side window was broken and driver’s side air bag was missing. Officers processed scene with negative results. Value: $600

4024 Ridge Ave.
Complainant parked his 2018 Nissan Sentra at listed location. When he returned a short time later, he witnessed a Hispanic male (medium build, black hat, bandanna, and puffy jacket) jump into car and drive away. Police tracked vehicle via iPhone that had been left in car. Vehicle recovered on East Indiana Ave.

3629 Midvale Ave.
Owner of body shop reported that a client’s 1998 Chevy Venture had gone missing from the shop’s parking lot. It had been parked there awaiting repairs. Owner noticed vehicle missing at 9AM.

5450 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant parked his 2013 Ford Focus in the parking lot of his apartment complex at 11:30PM. When he walked his dog at 5:24AM on 4/16, he noticed the car was gone. Police checked tow file with negative results. Value: $4000

4001 Ridge Ave.
Complainant (owner of apartment building under construction) reported that unknown person(s) gained entry to the building site between noon on 4/14 and 1PM on 4/15 by cutting the lock on the security fence and then removing a plywood board from the front of the building. At time of the report, compl. Unable to determine if anything was missing. no burg alarm or security cameras on site.

5450 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant was landscaping at the listed location when an offender approached and took compl’s Redmax backpack leaf blower. When compl attempted to confront offender, the man pulled out a black pistol and put it to the compl’s leg before fleeing in his vehicle (wht Chevy work van with Maryland tags) westbound on School House Ln. Value: $300

3502 Scotts Ln.
Complainant (owner of business) reported that her property had been opened during the night. Police observed the front door of the property with an unknown object as well as several door windows inside the property broken. Police did a walk through with owner who stated items were taken: printer (value $500), camera ($2000), trashcan ($40). Owner states there are working cameras inside. Building insured unable to obtain insurance info at this time.

4443 Ridge Ave.
Complainant parked and locked his 2016 Honda CRV at 6:30PM. When he returned at 7:15PM he was alerted by an unnamed witness who’d seen two men break into his vehicle through the rear window. (Offenders both black males: #1. 25-30 years old, brown complexion, medium build red/gray baseball cap, black jacket. #2. 30-35 years old, thin build, tall) Offenders took a black purse containing various bank and credit cards, a Florida license, and iPhone 7 Plus (not traceable). Offenders fled in a white Buick LaCrosse.

Kelly Dr. and Calumet St.
Complainant parked and locked his 2017 Ford Expedition and went for a jog. When he returned, he noticed his vehicle had been ransacked and various house and car keys were missing. Compl believes offender used the numerlc keypad on the vehicle’s door to gain entry. No visible forced entry, no surveillance cameras nearby. Value: $100

Ridge Ave. and Calumet St.
Complainant parked his car at listed locatlon on 4/5. When he returned the passenger side window Was smashed and his purse was missing (containing ID and credit cards). Value: $50

35XX Vaux St.
Complainant called 39th Precinct on 4/3 at 2:49PM to report that while he was on spring break between Feb 23rd and April 3rd, unknown person(s) removed the radio from his 2017 gray Honda Accord and in the process damaged the dashboard. Value: $300

35XX Scotts Ln. 
Complainant parked her vehicle at 3PM on 03-28. When she returned on 4/1, she noticed her car doors were unlocked and her Rayban sunglasses were missing. Value: $100

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