October 2018

10/14
Theft
2929 W. Schoolhouse Ln.
6PM
Multiple incidents. Broken windows to 28 separate automobiles with several thefts. Value: $7,138

10/10
Burglary
32XX Midvale Ave.
9:15PM
Complainant returned to the listed location (second residence) and noticed the front window was open. Furniture was in disarray inside and drawers were dumped on the floors. Compl noticed a jewelry box missing, which contained silver jewelry. Value: $1,000. No cameras or witnesses. Police processed scene with negative results.

Theft
32XX W. Penn St.
8:40PM
Witness saw 3 black males in a black Mazda MX5. When witness shouted “that’s not your vehicle!” the males fled east on Penn St. Witness later identified two of the males when they were stopped on the 3000 block of Midvale. Value: $1

Burglary
30XX Midvale Ave.
2:03PM
Police responded to a burglary alarm at listed location. They discovered broken rear door  and did a walk through of the premises. Negative results. Owner was contacted and confirmed nothing was missing. Value: $500. No cameras or witnesses.

10/9
Theft
5500 Wissahickon Ave.
4PM
Unknown person(s) smashed driver side window of complainant’s vehicle and took the handicap parking placard. Value: $50

Theft
2967 W. Schoolhouse Ln.
12PM
While complainant was getting her hair done, and unknown male threw a rock through the window of her Mercedes and took the handicap parking placard. Value: $36

10/8
Burglary
2800 Woodpipe Ln.
5PM
Unknown person(s) pushed in an AC window unit of apartment and stole a Frigidaire refrigerator. Apartment was unoccupied as it was undergoing maintenance. One latent print was removed from AC unit. Value: $700.

10/7
Theft
34XX W. Schoolhouse Ln.
3AM
Complainant stated that offender (female 16-20 year old) took Apple watch and charger from location. Watch was tracked to offender’s address, where police responded. Offender offered to pay for items. Has not yet paid. Value: $350

10/6
Theft
2979 W. Schoolhouse Ln.
12:30PM
Multiple incidents. Three vehicles had their windows smashed and handicap parking placards removed. Value: $108

10/5
Theft
34XX Tilden St.
5AM
Complainant left his DBX mountain bike on his porch on 10/5. When he returned on 10/6, he noticed it was missing. Bike was recovered and held at 39th district station for compl. Value: $300

10/4
Theft
5500 Wissahickon Ave.
2:45PM
Complainant parked her vehicle on 9/18. When she returned on 10/4, she discovered the passenger-side rear window broken, as well as the glovebox and center console. She noticed $50 missing. Value: $300

10/1
Theft
5500 Wissahickon Ave.
12PM
Property management reported that complainant’s bikes – Marin black mountain bike and beige Schwinn – were stolen from bike storage room in main building. Keys are needed for access. Management checking surveillance video. Value: $620

Theft
34XX Capital View Dr.
7AM
Complainant left 2000 Chevy Impala (tan) parked and unlocked in driveway at 7AM with key in vehicle. Compl returned at 8:10AM and vehicle was missing. Value: $1000

Theft
44XX Riverview Ln.
2:30AM
Two unknown males tried to break into complainant’s wife’s vehicle unsuccessfully but then crossed the street to break into his 2018 Audi. Compl isn’t sure how they got in – vehicle was locked. They rifled through compl’s vehicle, including the trunk. Compl gave police security camera video footage. Value: $1000

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