June 12. Unit block W. Willow Grove Avenue. Complainant states that between 8 a.m. on June 8 and June 12, an unknown person cut two window screens in the kitchen, and the bolt lock on the kitchen door showed signs of forced entry. When they checked the rest of the house they found drawers pulled out and ransacked.
Taken was a gold diamond ring, two class rings, one gold wedding ring, one antique gold wedding ring, one silver filigree bracelet and necklace, one aquamarine necklace set in gold, one aquamarine ring set in platinum, one silver Canon camera and one SD memory card.
June 12. 100 block Bethlehem Pike. Complainant states that between 11 p.m. on June 11 and 11 a.m. on June 12, an unknown person went through her unlocked 2005 Toyota Prius. Nothing appears to have been taken.
June 12. 100 block Bethlehem Pike. Complainant states that an unknown male tried opening her front door where she was on the other side and offender ran away. Offender was black or Hispanic, male, 5’8” tall, light complexion, wearing a white tank top and black pants.
June 17. Unit block Southampton Avenue. Complainant states he was sitting inside his vehicle when he was approached by two males and one asked him if he had a light.
Complainant said he did not smoke, and the males left only to return a short time later.
One of the males knocked on his door with a gun in his hand and told him to open door. Complainant stepped on gas and left male standing there. First male, 5 feet 7 inches, dark complexion, wearing a white t-shirt and blue jeans. Second male, white, no further description.
June 17. 66 Valley Green Road. Complainant states that an unknown person entered his 2002 Chevy Malibu and stole a nano iPod, Samsung cell phone and money.
Summary — Five crimes for week with one day missing – one robbery, two burglaries and two thefts from vehicles.
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