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The following crimes are from the week of July 4 to July 10, 2010.

July 5. 400 block W. Moreland Avenue. Complainant states family left house at 11 a.m. on July 3, and when friend arrived at 2 p.m., he found sliding door was left open. Complainant was positive that door was locked and secure when family left. Another person was invited to use the pool and left about 6 p.m. Complainant returned home at approximately 12 p.m. to find jewelry box missing. Jewelry box, 18” x 12” contained numerous pieces of jewelry, silver and turquoise belt with matching bracelet, Torneu watch and numerous chains, rings, bracelets and earrings.

July 8. Unit block Bethlehem Pike. Complainant states that an unknown person broke the passenger side window of a 2009 Ford and stole the global positioning system.

July 9. 100 block E. Chestnut Hill Avenue. Complainant states that an unknown person pried open the passenger side door of a red Cooper Mini and stole the global positioning system.

July 10. 100 block E. Hartwell Lane. Complainant states that he left his duffle bag in playground area and left to play basketball and when he returned it was gone. Taken was duffel bag containing flip flops, black leather wallet with medical card, social security card and access card. Occurred after 5 p.m.

July 10. 7700 block Germantown Avenue. Complainant states that an unknown male attempted to steal a Hewlett Packard computer and when he was confronted he dropped computer, fled store and jumped into a Hyundai Sonata. Black male, 5’8” tall, brown complexion, goatee, 180 lbs.

Summary — Five crimes for week: one burglary, two thefts and two thefts from vehicles. Remember, keep doors and windows locked to home and vehicles and call 911 if you see anything suspicious.

Town Watch, 215-248-1320.

If you have been the victim of a crime and would like information, service or support, call Northwest Victim Services, 6301 Germantown Ave., Second Floor, Suite One, 215-438-4410.  The service is free.

 




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