October 2019

10/21
Burglary
4116 Ridge Ave. 
6:52PM
Complainant (owner of business) received notification from alarm company that the rear hallway motion alarm went off. Compl did a walk through with police and noticed that his silver and black iMac desktop computer was missing. The incident was caught on the security cameras. No signs of forced entry. Value: $150

10/20
Theft
3200 Henry Ave. 
6PM
Complainant was transferred to Gaudenzia House as a resident and stored her belongings in a secured locker at the facility for safekeeping. On 10/20 at 9:03AM, she went to retrieve her belongings and noticed her wedding ring was missing. Compl spoke with staff and made them aware. The location is an inpatient halfway house and multiple employees have access to all parts of the facility. Value: $800

10/19
Theft
5450 Wissahickon Ave.
10:15PM
Complainant planned to sell his white Framed Impact BMX bike to offenders. Offenders rode off on the bike without giving compl money. Offender descriptions: White male blue hoodie, blue jeans, 5’5 125 lbs; white female gray top, gray bottoms, 5’4 100 lbs. Value: $150

10/16
Theft
44XX Ridge Ave.
1PM
Unknown person(s) stole a 32 foot orange fiberglass ladder from the side of complainant’s apartment sometime between 1PM on 10/4 and 3PM on 10/15. Value: $70

10/15
Theft
36XX Conrad St. 
9:45PM
Unknown person(s) stole catalytic converter from complainant’s 2007 Honda Accord between 9:45PM and 6:30 AM on 10/16. Value: $1500

Theft
3501 Scotts Ln.
9:10PM
Complainant parked her 2015 Hyundai Elentra at location and secured it. Compl returned at 11:52AM and discovered the front passenger side window broken & several items missing: Jansport blue book bag, HP laptop, two textbooks. Value: $1500. No cameras on location.

10/13
Theft
30XX Midvale Ave. 
6:30AM
Complainant states unknown person(s) entered the back door of his house (which was unlocked) and took sets of keys to both of his cars (2009 brown Subaru Legacy and 2006 black Hyundai Santa Fe). Vehicles were stolen (nobody else has permission to use them). Police unable to lift prints. Value: $13,500

10/11
Burglary
2920 Midvale Ave.
5PM
Complainant manager at the leasing office for Carlton Park Apts states the office was secured at 5PM. Compl returned on 10/14 at 8AM and observed the alarm keypad & sensor alarm removed from the wall. Police processed the scene with negative results. No forced entry, no security cameras.

10/10
Theft
5500 Wissahickon Ave. 
6PM
Complainant states she parked her vehicle in lot at 6PM. Her brown Nissan Murano was towed due to no parking permit but, prior to being towed, her rear driver’s side window was broken and her parking permit and handicap placard was taken. Value: $30

10/9
Theft
36XX Fox St.
3PM
Complainant left the listed location at 3PM. When she returned home, she found the door of her black 2016 Chevy Transverse open and the following items missing: 2 pairs of headphones, l EZ Pass, iPhone charger, misc. change. Value: $100

10/6
Theft
38XX The Oak Rd. 
8PM
Complainant secured his 2013 Acura MDX at 8PM. When he returned on 10-7 at 7:40AM he found his vehicle door opened and the interior ransacked. missing items: iPod and $30 cash. (Value: $200) Vehicle was unlocked and parked on the driveway at the back of the compl’s house.

10/2
Theft
33XX Wiehle St.
3:30AM
Complainant parked her 2017 BMW Xl in the driveway and ran into her home to get a change of clothes. When she returned at 3:30AM she found the vehicle was ransacked and a leather backpack was missing (value: $200) Vehicle was left unlocked. Police processed scene with negative results.

10/1
Burglary
36XX Indian Queen Ln. 
6AM
While complainant slept in his room unknown person(s) came into his property through dining room window of his 1st floor apartment (by removing AC unit from window). Items missing: black Dell laptop, black Nintendo Switch, gray iPad, 2 bottles of whiskey, head phones. Compl. noticed the theft the next morning at 6AM. Police lifted four prints from AC unit. Value: $1700

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