29XX W Queen Ln.
Complainant parked her 2018 red Honda Civic on 11/21 at 8PM. When she returned on 11/23 at 7:45AM her rear driver side tire was missing. Value: $100
32XX McMichael St.
Complainant left her apartment at approximately 6PM on 11/22 and got a phone call from manager’s office that her front window was broken out and front door was wide open. Compl. returned home at approximately 11:30AM on 11/23 and noticed the following items missing from inside: Playstation 4 with 6 controllers and 50-inch Samsung TV. Value: $1050
33XX Bowman St.
Complainant parked her 2006 Ford Mustang in the driveway of her residence while she was away for the weekend. Compl returned on 11/22 at 4PM and noticed the vehicle was missing. All tow files checked with negative results. Value: $3000
4000 Gypsy Ln.
Complainant was flagged down by unknown offender (white male in his 30’s with a short goatee wearing a white construction hat, navy blue jumpsuit) who grabbed and extracted her from her vehicle (2020 orange Subaru Crosstrack). Offender sprayed complainant wlth fire extinguisher and drove away in her vehicle. Offender was apprehended on 900 block of College Ave. (near Girard College) by 39th District police. Value: $20,000
Lincoln Dr. & Gypsy Ln.
Employee for Parks and Recreation states he locked up building at 4:30PM on 11/19, when he returned at 7:30AM on 11/21, he found rear door open and window smashed out. Hard hat and jacket belonging to Parks and Rec were taken. Value: $100
4055 Ridge Ave.
Complainant left her apartment at 7:30AM and when she returned at 5:30PM she noticed damages to her front door frame and her jewelry was missing from her bedroom. Compl. is not sure how offender gained entry to her apartment. Value: $500
31XX Midvale Ave.
Complainant states he last saw his Santa Cruz bicycle in his shed on 11/15, when he went to get it on 11/21, it was gone. Compl. states the lock was secure and no damage. Bike description: red with “Santa Cruz” written in teal, silver fork in front and large shock on back tire. Value: $7000
3700 Kelly Dr.
Vehicle (2010 blue Volkswagen) was involved in an accident and was left at the side of the road awaiting tow. When truck arrived on November 16TH, vehicle was gone. The reportee called police to file a report. Value: $1000
39XX Henry Ave.
Complainant states an unknown male broke the Passenger side Window of his 2010 Chevy Suburban and took lottery tickets and cigarettes. Compl. has the incident on camera surveillance. Value: $20
3299 McMichael St.
Complainant states unknown person(s) went into his Chevy Express van and took various DEWALT tools. Value: $1000
3269 S. Ferry Rd.
Complainant returned to his vehicle to find driver rear door open and cellphone and laptop computer missing. Scene contaminated. No forced entry. Value: $960
4055 Ridge Ave.
Reportee (house sitter for the complainant) states she arrived at the apartment on 11/21 at 11:45PM and noticed wood chips on the floor and damage to the door frame. Apt had been vacant since 11/8. Items taken: Jewelry and Macbook Pro. Value: $1,500
33XX Indian Queen Ln.
Complainant parked her 2018 gray Toyota Camry in front of listed location. When she returned on 11/8 at 11:30AM, she noticed the car was gone. Vehicle was secured and compl was in possession of the keys. All tow files checked with negative results. Value: $19,000
3500 Calumet St.
Complainant had a verbal dispute with offender over the offender coming to compl’s home address. Compl stated the offender struck him with a closed fist and shortly afterwards, both parties got into a fistfight. Compl stated the offender then struck the compl with a stick on the compl’s face. Police observed a bruise around the compl’s left eye.
5450 Wissahickon Ave.
Complainant stated offender (former intimate partner) came to apt to get his stuff and got into a physical altercation which involved him pushing his way into apt, pulling her hair, and hitting her. During struggle with offender, compl saw offender had a black pistol in his hand and fired it one time into the floor. Compl stated the offender then fled on foot out of the apt building. Police apprehended suspect.
3300 Henry Ave.
Witness, employee for the complainant, stated they were on location with a patient when they used the listed items then transported the complainant to the hospital. After leaving the hospital the witness could not find items, checked hospital, and initial location. Unable to locate. No serial number on file for the item. Stolen: Airway bag including intubation unit, various tools, intubation camera, and suction unit. Value: $1000
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.
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