May 2019

5/13

Theft
5500 Wissahickon Ave.
8PM
Complainant parked her 2019 white Lincoln MKX at 8PM in the parking lot of listed location (vehicle was secured). When she returned on 5/14 at 8AM, she noticed that the several items were missing (Patagonia black coat, HP laptop, and silver iPad Pro. Value $1120). Vehicle was ransacked and there was no forced entry. Complainant stated gate to the parking lot has been broken and unable to secure.

Theft
33XX Wiehle St. 
7:23AM
Complainant reported that unknown person(s) entered his 2009 Subaru Impreza and 2014 Subaru Crosstrek (no forced entry). A Bluetooth speaker and a pair of women’s shoes were taken. Value $120

Theft
37XX Merrick Rd. 
Complainant reported that unknown person(s) entered her gray 2013 Honda and took a Galaxy cellphone. (No forced entry) Value $100

5/11
Theft
4116 Ridge Ave. 
9PM
Complainant states that offender (black male, thin build, 5’11), all-black Muslim garb w/gold trim around eyes, dark complexion) took her purse from under her seat and fled location on foot. Also stolen: car keys, driver license and 3 Visa debit cards. Value $1300

5/10
Burglary
35XX Cresson St. 
3:20AM
Complainant was asleep in his house when he heard loud bangs coming from downstairs. He went downstairs and found offenders in his dining room. He noticed windows were broken and door was open. Offender took a fighting stance then ran out the rear door and then northbound in alleyway.

5/9
Theft
35XX Henry Ave. 
12AM
Complainant’s 2019 Black Nissan Armada was parked in the rear of his property at 12AM on 5/9. When he returned to his vehicle, rear passenger door was half opened (complainant did not leave it open) and several items were gone: Springfield .45 Cal pistol, iPad Pro 10”, Masonic gold ring, Apple ear buds, iMacPro 15”, $l00 cash.

5/8
Theft
34XX Vaux St. 
7PM
Complainant left her boyfriend’s 2012 blue Lexus S300 parked in rear driveway of her residence at 7PM. When she returned to vehicle the next morning at approximately 7:30am she found items thrown around inside of vehicle and several items missing, including a leather binder with several CDs ($300 value) and $10 worth of loose change. No forced entry, vehicle unlocked. Two latent prints discovered on center console area and door handle of driver’s side rear door.

Burglary
28XX Midvale Ave. 
11AM
Complainant left his residence at 11AM. When he returned home at 1:30PM, he saw that the rear door of his property was pried open with damage to the door frame. No items seemed to be missing and the house didn’t appear disturbed. Police processed the scene with negative results. Complainant has cameras on the property, but the door is not in view of the camera._

5/7
Theft
36XX W. Earlham St. 
6PM
Complainant parked her 2017 Lincoln MKX at 6PM ON 5/7. When she returned 5/18 at 10AM she noticed her vehicle was ransacked and loose change and bills were taken (roll of quarters, $18, and assorted change). Scene processed with one latent print recovered. Value: $35

5/6
Theft
3711 Midvale Ave.
3PM
Complainant last saw 5 flower pots outside of funeral home at 3PM. When compl. returned on 5/7 at 8AM the pots were missing. Value: $278

5/5
Theft
3500 Conrad St. 
Unknown person(s) took complainant’s white 1993 Toyota Camry LE without his permission. Compl’s backpack in car contained a MacBook laptop worth $1700. All tow files checked, negative results.

5/4
Theft
3200 Henry Ave. 
7:10PM
Complainant states that offender took his bankcard from his room. The offender left the location & did not return. On 5/5 the compl. noticed $1,300 taken from his account. The listed location is a rehab house where both compl. and offender are residents.

5/3
Theft
33XX Penn St. 
8PM
Complainant parked his 2014 black Jeep Grand Cherokee at 8PM. When he returned at 9AM on 5/4 he found his vehicle ransacked and two items missing: sunglasses and a car diagnostic tool. Value: $250. No forced entry.

 

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