Crime Report May 13 – May 19

Crime Report May 23, 2012 0 Comments

The following crimes are from the week of May 13 to May 19, 2012.

May 16. 8000 block of St. Martin’s Lane. Complainant states that when she returned home at 10 p.m., she found bathroom window open, which was closed when she left. Complainant also found a lawn chair standing up outside. Taken were two pearl necklaces, one gold/diamond necklace and a bracelet set.

May 16. 200 block E. Willow Grove Ave. Complainant states that between 7 a.m. and 11:45 p.m., an unknown person forced entry to apartment by kicking in air conditioner from bedroom window. Taken was a 32” Sony Bravia Television.

May 16. 200 block E. Willow Grove Ave. Between 5:30 p.m. on May 15 and 4 p.m. on May 16, an unknown person broke the rear passenger window and stole a snuggie blanket.

May 18. 7700 block Crittenden Street. Complainant states that an unknown person took her purse from under scanner where she kept her purse. Security camera captured offender taking purse. Taken was a pink and brown purse containing a pink wallet with money, house keys and phone charger. Offender, black male, wearing a blue Sugar House Casino shirt.

May 19. 7 Valley Green Road. An unknown person entered a gray 1998 Honda Civic and stole an in-dash stereo, one red wallet containing credit cards, a Pennsylvania driver’s license, college identification and money.

May 19. 8000 block St. Martin’s Lane. Between 6 p.m. on May 18 and 6:30 a.m. on May 19, an unknown person attempted to enter home by placing ladder which was on property to kitchen window. Person also tried to pry open a basement sliding door. Entry was not made.

Summary – Seven crimes for week: three burglaries, one aggravated assault, one theft and two thefts from vehicles.

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