5900 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant parked her white 2015 Range Rover to walk the trail. When she returned, she saw that her trunk window with an unknown object. Compl’s rear windows were also cracked. Offender took compl’s pocket book which contained her wallet and debit and credit cards. Compl states that offender used her Wells Fargo card and Navy Credit Union card shortly after the theft.
34XX W Queen Ln.
Complainant saw unknown black male drive away in his 2008 Chevy Suburban. It had been parked unattended with keys inside. Compl live tracked the vehicle using GPS. Police located offender in driver’s seat. Vehicle recovered and identified by compl.
35XX Calumet St.
Complainant states that offender has been stealing and breaking her gay pride flags from the sidewalk in front of her residence and adjacent properties. Compl has video surveillance of the incidents over the last 43 hours. Offender has been heard using homophobic slurs to residents on the block. Compl feels that flag desecration is homophobic in nature.
35XX Calumet St.
Complainant parked his Acura TSX at listed time. When he returned on 2/24, he noticed the catalytic converter was missing. Value: $1200
Lincoln Dr. & Rittenhousetown Ln.
Complainant parked and secured her VW Passat at 3:15PM. When she returned, the rear passenger side window was broken and several items were taken. (Work bag, ID, stethoscope, books. Value $150.) No cameras in area.
Lincoln Dr. & Rittenhousetown Ln.
Complainant parked and secured his 2013 Honda CRV at about 1PM. When he returned AT 3PM, the passenger side window was broken and several items were taken. (Burlap bag, wallet, key to car, license, bank cards. Value $200.) No cameras in area.
36XX Indian Queen Ln.
Complainant states that a package she ordered was left outside on the steps of her residence. The package was taken before the she was able to retrieve it. Items stolen: pink handbag (Pierre Hardy brand) with an orange strap ($761) and a Coach brand blouse ($175).
Ridge Ave. & Heritage Dr.
Complainant’s 2009 Honda CRV began making a loud noise when he started it to travel to work. His mechanic advised him his catalytic converter was stolen. Value: $250
W School House Ln. & Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant parked his E250 truck at listed time. When he returned the following day, he observed two catalytic converters ($500) had been removed from his vehicle.
3000 W. School House Ln. (Penn Charter school)
Witness was in possession of complainant’s 2005 maroon Chevrolet Trailblazer. Vehicle was parked at listed location at 2PM on 2/15. When compl attempted to start vehicle at 7PM on 2/17, he noticed a very loud noise, drove the car to mechanic and was advised that the catalytic converter had seen stolen.
2979 W School House Ln. (Alden Park Apts)
Complainant discovered the passenger-side rear window of her 2018 Infiniti QX30 broken and 16 pillows missing. ($25)
2967 W School House Ln. (Alden Park Apts)
Complainant parked his white Jeep Wrangler in front of location at listed time. When he returned to vehicle at around 11AM, he found passenger side rear window broken out and $100 of lottery scratch off tickets missing. (Damage to vehicle $300.) Police processed scene with negative results.
2900 W School House Ln.
Complainant parked her black Kia Optima at 12AM. When she returned to the vehicle at 8AM she observed her passenger side rear window broken ($100) and $10 of change missing.
2809 W Queen Ln.
Complainant left her apartment secured at 9AM and went to work. When she returned at 4PM she noticed the front door was damaged and a jar containing $100 in loose change was missing from her bedroom dresser.
Lincoln Dr. & W Rittenhouse St.
Complainant parked her blue 2017 Mini Cooper at 12:30. When she returned at 2PM, she noticed the back window had been damaged and her purse (with wallet) was missing. Wallet contained $340 in cash and credit cards.
35XX Indian Queen Ln.
When complainant entered her blue Kia she noticed that the credit cards, passport and school ID that had been in the car were missing. She doesn’t know how they would’ve been taken – no damage to car and all doors locked.
5720 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant left his apartment at listed date and time (with front door unlocked). When he returned the next day at 5PM, he noticed $500 missing that had been on a table next to the entrance. Compl stated no damage or anything else disturbed. Police were searching for nearby cameras at time of report.
9/27/2021 (reported 2/4/2022)
5500 Wissahickon Ave. (Alden Park Apts)
Complainant stated he had several packages stolen in the past. On listed date and time, management allowed him to see video of the USPS dropping off packages (containing compl’s horse riding boots, $150, and three pairs of shoes, $150). Compl stated he returned at 5PM on 9/27/21 and the packages were missing. He requested to see full video from the date of incident but management refused.