January 2021

2967 West School House Ln.
Complainant has a restraining order against offender, who came to her apartment. Offender used an unknown person to knock on compl’s door. When she opened the door, the offender pushed his way into the property. He left with her apartment keys.

4200 Kelly Dr.
Complainant parked his white 2013 Ford F150XL truck on 3500 block of Vaux St. at 10PM. When he returned at 4AM on 1/29, it was gone. Tow file checked, negative results.

4200 Kelly Dr.
Complainant parked her vehicle in parking lot at listed location and went for a jog. When she returned, her passenger side window was broken and her purse containing a black Gucci wallet, 3 credit cards, l Banana Republic credit card, $30 cash, and PA drivers license was missing from her back seat. Her Banana Republic card was used at CVS in Philadelphia. Value: $910

4201 Henry Ave.
Complainant left her teal backpack in a science room at Jefferson University to go to another room. When she came back the backpack containing her Macbook and iPad was gone. Compl tracked items to 4800 block Pulaski Ave. and 2200 block N. Broad St. No video was available. Value: $3700

32XX Scotts Ln.
Complainant states that between 8:30PM on 1/17 and 8AM on 1/18, unknown person(s) smashed out the passenger-side window of her 2019 black Mercedes Benz C43, ransacked the vehicle, and took a box of lotion. Value: $50

41XX Ridge Ave.
Unknown person entered complainant’s vehicle and took $280 cash and a black bag with a four-colored strap. Compl did not see offender but police were able to access store camera video for description (no vehicle tag visible) – Black male, 30s, white and black jacket, driving silver Chrysler SUV northbound on Ridge Ave.

3800 The Oak Rd. 
Complainant was walking towards his vehicle at listed location when an unknown male approached asking for money. He then cut the compl’s left arm with a knife. The male ran off towards Wissahickon Ave. Compl drove himself to Roxborough Hospital where he received stitches. Nothing was taken from the compl.

3300 Henry Ave.
Complainant normally parks his white 2002 Mercury Sable at Falls Center because he assumed vehicle would be safe there. unfortunately when he returned from a business trip, he discovered it was missing. Value: $1000

36XX Winona St.
Complainant was notified of a package (containing iPhone SE) delivered to his home from UPS but the package was gone when he went to retrieve it. Value: $487

Burglary (occurred 9/16/19, reported 1/9/21)
5450 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant states that, beginning in mid-September, she noticed several items (various clothing, Beats headphones and Ugg boots) missing from her apartment. No forced entry or damage to her apartment. Value: $1000

34XX Midvale Ave.
Two males entered home through the back door of complainant’s property. Offenders saw police and fled through compl’s front door in an unknown direction. Compl. states nothing was taken from his home. He was sleeping on his couch when offenders ran past.
Description: Offender 1: 16-20 years old, gray bubble jacket, black hoodie. Offender 2: 16-20 years old, gray windbreaker.

Aggravated assault
5450 Wissahickon Ave. 
Complainant states he was in the parking lot of listed address when approached by offender. Offender fired two shots at compl, hitting him in the right thigh. Compl then discharged his firearm at offender. Compl transported himself to Temple hospital. Held by Temple police. Compl. in stable condition. Offender: Black male, 6 feet tall, thin build, black hooded sweatshirt, jeans.

3200 Cresson St. 
Complainant parked his 2008 Honda CRV at listed location at 8PM on Jan 1. When he returned the following morning, he discovered that the catalytic converter had been removed. Value: $500

From the files of the 39th District. Special thanks to Captain Anthony Ginaldi and the dedicated officers of his command for making this section possible.

If you notice suspicious activity, please call 911 immediately. Also call the 39th district at 215-686-3390 and ask for the Crime Prevention Officer.

If you have security cameras, please register them with OPERATION SAFECAM – it’s a free service offered by the Police Department. Video captured by your camera may assist in the investigation of a crime.

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