Crime Report: Four thefts from vehicles

Posted 2/24/21

The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period between Feb. 15– Feb. 21

Chestnut Hill

Feb. 15 Theft from vehicle, unit block of Tohopeka …

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Crime Report: Four thefts from vehicles

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The following crime report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period between Feb. 15– Feb. 21

Chestnut Hill

Feb. 15 Theft from vehicle, unit block of Tohopeka Lane. A man told police he received a traffic ticket from an unpaid toll in Florida. The license matched his car but it wasn’t his. Man searched his own vehicle and discovered his registration and insurance card were missing. 

Feb. 16 Theft from vehicle, unit block of E. Highland Ave. A woman reported that she found her car ransacked and her wallet containing credit cards, ID and gift cards, but no cash, was taken. The woman believes she locked her vehicle but there was no damage to the car.

Feb. 17 Theft from vehicle on the 8500 block of Ardleigh Street. A man found his car open and ransacked. It looked like nothing was taken. Car was likely left open.

Feb. 21 Theft from 200 block of E. Willow Grove Ave. A man returned home from work to find he was missing some of his belongings including his 2008 Subaru Impreza, were taken. He told police that his roommate had left abruptly that day and is the primary suspect

Mt. Airy

Feb. 17 Retail theft on the 7200 block of Germantown Ave. Employees at the Wine and Spirits shop saw a man take two bottles of unspecified alcohol worth approximately $150 and leave without paying.

Feb. 21  Stolen license plate 200 block of E. Durham Street. A man told police he was parked in front of his friend’s house. When he left to go back to his car, he noticed his plate was missing.

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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