June 10. 4 Valley Green Road. Between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., an unknown person entered a silver 2004 Honda Accord and stole two handbags while complainants were swimming. Taken from first complainant was a Discovery card and a Visa card. From second complainant, a Capitol One card and a Visa card were taken. A cash withdrawal was made from the Visa card.
June 11. 300 block W. Springfield Ave. Complainant states that he parked his 2011 Silver Arcadia, and when he returned he found passenger side front window smashed. Taken was loose change and registration card.
June 12. 7 Valley Green Road. Complainant states he parked his 1999 Dodge Caravan and an unknown person went into vehicle and stole a brown wallet containing a driver’s license, a debit card, a Social Security card, a Medicare card, money and other cards and papers.
June 13. 400 block W. Chestnut Hill Ave. Complainant states that on this date she noticed several pieces of sterling silver, watches, and women’s jewelry missing.
June 14. 7700 block Crittenden Street. Manager of store observed male removing 15 bottles of Tide laundry detergent from store. Male then loaded items into a white van with plastic and duct tape across back of vehicle. Possible tag number, PA HXH8104. Van proceeded to travel southbound on Crittenden Street.
June 16. 8000 block Cherokee Street. Between 12 and 4 p.m. on June 6, complainant states she left her 1.5 Mac Book Pro laptop 13” early model Serial #CO2FDZ83DH26. When she went back computer was missing.
June 16. 8400 block Germantown Ave. Complainant states she was making a delivery at this location when a male went through driver’s side door which she had left open and stole an Apple iPhone. Black male, 5’8” tall, 160 – 170 lbs., wearing a black hoody, white T-shirt, sweat pants partially rolled up.
Summary – Seven crimes for week: four thefts from vehicles, one retail theft and two other thefts.
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