Crime Report: 9 thefts from vehicles

Posted 7/1/21

The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the two-week period between June 21 to June 27 Some dates earlier than the current period took place at that date …

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Crime Report: 9 thefts from vehicles

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The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the two-week period between June 21 to June 27 Some dates earlier than the current period took place at that date and reported after the fact.

Chestnut Hill

June 13 Theft from vehicle on the 8100 block of Lincoln Drive. A man parked his car at the location while on vacation. When he returned, he discovered his front driver-side window smashed and approximately $5 in loose change taken.

June 22 Theft from vehicle at Valley Green. A man told police he parked his car at Valley Green. When he returned, he found one of his car’s windows smashed and the following items taken: A brown leather bag valued at $50 and a brown leather wallet valued at $85.

June 22 Theft from vehicle on the 7700 block of Crittenden Street. Complainant told police they were shopping at the location and left their car windows rolled down. When they returned, they found someone had taken a flip phone worth $30 and $550 in cash.

June 24 Theft from vehicle on the 100 block of E. Northwestern Ave. A woman told police she parked at the location and returned to find the following items taken: A brown leather bag containing wallet, credit cards, ID, $20 in cash and gift cards valued at $1,545.

June 24 Theft / Credit card fraud on the 8200 block of Germantown Ave. A woman told police she was shopping at the location and believes a man who got close to her took her wallet. She reported the wallet missing and more than $10,000 charged to one of her credit cards.

June 25 Theft from motor vehicle at Valley Green. A woman told police she parked at Valley Green. When she returned, she found her rear passenger-side window broken and the following taken: A purse containing a wallet, $100 in cash and various bank cards.

June 26 Theft from vehicle on the 100 block of W. Northwestern Ave. A woman told police someone broke her passenger side window and took multiple, unlisted items. She reported a credit card was used at a CVS.

June 26 Theft on the 7700 block of Stenton Ave. A woman told police someone stole her vehicle's catalytic converter.

Jun 26 Theft on the 8400 block of Germantown Ave. A woman told police she was eating at a restaurant at the location when a customer at another table took her credit card out of her purse and kicked the purse under her table. She said the card was used to make $317.85 of charges at a Wawa.

Mt. Airy

June 10 Theft on the 7500 block of Devon Street. A man told police a package containing sneakers values at $533 was stolen from his porch.

June 20 Theft from vehicle on the 1000 block of W. Upsal Street. A man parked at the location and returned to his car to find the catalytic converter had been taken.

June 24 Theft from vehicle on the 600 block of W. Allens Lane. A man told police he parked his vehicle at the location and returned to find his right front window smashed and the following items taken:  A black, leather wallet valued at $25 and a gray bag valued at $500.

June 25 Theft on the 6800 block of Emlen Street. A complainant said a man walked onto his property and took multiple packages valued at $200.

June 26 Retail theft on the 7200 block of Germantown Ave. A store manager told police he saw three teenagers take approximately $40 worth of goods and flee the store without paying.

June 26 Retail theft on the 7200 block of Germantown Ave. A store manager told police someone entered the store and took $20 worth of candy and soda without paying.

If you have been a victim of a crime and would like services or support, call Northwest Victim Services at 215-438-4410. For more information about crimes in your neighborhood, call the 14th District Headquarters at 215-686-3140. 

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