November 2018

11/30
Theft
3000 West Schoolhouse Ln. 
4:49PM
Complainant, Security Director, states student left her school-issued laptop in her unattended bookbag on the floor of the lobby during a basketball game. Video shows offender sitting next to bookbag at 4:49, unzipping it, taking out laptop, and walking out of camera range. Offender left building and gets into what appears to be an Audi A4 with NY tags. Value: $1,000

11/27
Theft
2979 W. Schoolhouse Ln.
5PM
Complainant states management was doing work in his apartment on listed date and time. When compl returned home, he noticed two wedding rings missing from the bathroom counter. Value: $3500

Theft
35XX New Queen Ln.
3:15AM
While on patrol, police observed offender getting into a parked 2019 silver Subaru Outback and looking around suspiciously. Female had previously told police she was going to a friend’s house and then home. Owner of vehicle located and stated they didn’t know offender and offender didn’t have permission to be in vehicle. Vehicle was left unlocked. Offender arrested.

11/26
Theft
33XX Frederick St.
9:45PM
Complainant states his black 2008 Lexus LS460 was taken between 9:45 and 10:45PM. No valuables in car. Keys were in compl’s truck. No signs of forced entry. Value: $5,000

11/25
Theft
4268 Ridge Ave.
10:40PM
Complainant left her keys in her 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander and went into store to get coffee. When she came out, she saw two black males get in the car and drive away. Value: $34,000.

11/24
Theft
5500 Wissahickon Ave.
5:35PM
Complainant and her boyfriend got into a verbal despite over their relationship. Male then her iPhone 7 and ran off in unknown direction. No injuries. Compl. advised on getting PFA. Value: $500.

11/23
Burglary
4055 Ridge Ave. Apt. 4XXX
6PM
Complainant left his home at 6PM on 11/23. When he returned on 11/26 at 2PM, he noticed the front door was ajar. Compl. couldn’t be certain he locked the door when he left. Scene was processed by police with several fingerprints developed. No security cameras in the area. Stolen items: iPad, MacBook, 70” LG television, 50” LG television, several watches, jewelry. Value: $9,000

11/20
Theft
4201 Henry Ave.
11:30AM
Complainant states university-owned Nikon D3200 digital camera (black, in Banana Republic accessory bag) went missing when left unattended between 11:30AM and 6PM. Value: $400.

11/18
Theft
34XX Henry Ave.
12:01PM
Complainant parked his 2016 Toyota RAV 4 at 12:01PM. When he returned at 7:30PM, vehicle was missing. Vehicle contained tools, game stations, laptop computer, schoolbags, toys, books, sunglasses, umbrella. Value: $30,000.

Theft
4055 Ridge Ave.
1AM
Complainant parked his 2008 Chevy Impala in visitor parking lot at 1AM. When he returned, he found doors open and several items missing (Nike bag, clothing, miscellaneous tools, stroller, brown wallet, $400 cash. Value: $1500). Compl. states vehicle locked. No signs of forced entry or damage to vehicle.

11/17
Theft
36XX Stanton St.
12AM
Complainant parked her 2014 Nissan vehicle at listed location. When she returned, the doors were and gray backpack containing phone charger missing (Value: $50). No signs of forced entry – vehicle left unlocked.

11/14
Theft
3400 Conrad St.
5:01PM
Complainant parked her black Toyota Sienna at listed location at listed time. When she returned, vehicle had been towed by Lew Blum and her silver 13” MacBook Pro was missing. There was no signs of forced entry and vehicle was locked when compl. parked it. Value: $1000

Theft
41XX Ridge Ave.
2PM
Complainant parked his 2005 Yamaha F26 motorcycle at listed location on 11/14 between 2PM. When he returned at 11:45PM, it was gone. Value: $3,000

Burglary
5450 Wissahickon Ave. Apt. #3XX
7AM
Complainant left his apartment keys with concierge desk. When he returned, he found that two of his TVs were vandalized and two watches (silver Rolex w diamond clusters and a silver Movado). Value: $16,980

Theft
2900 Schoolhouse Ln.
7AM
Complainant states that between 7AM and 12PM, unknown person(s) broke into her mother’s 2016 silver Chevy Impala in unknown manner and stole a laptop computer, work bag, work files, candy, and $6 cash. Value: $1667

11/12
Theft
34XX Penn St.
11:38PM
Complainant states while checking his home surveillance cameras, he witnessed unknown black male trespass on his property, steal a package (containing white jeans), and flee on foot. Value: $30. Offender description: Black male, approximately 45-55 years old, 5’10” height, 210 pounds, black coat.

11/11
Theft
34XX Penn St.
6:30AM
Complainant states unknown offender took a package of dog toys from his mailbox, which compl witnessed on his security video footage. Value: $25 Offender description: Black male, unknown age, unknown height/weight, gray beard, dark clothing, turquoise bike.

11/9
Theft
34XX Midvale Ave.
1:55AM
While on patrol, police observed a male walking in rear alley of location. Police circled block through alley and observed male in parked 2015 black Chrysler 200 with passenger side door and trunk open. Male exited vehicle with a birthday card (value $1) in his hands. When male searched, .38 caliber bullets were discovered on him (reported missing from Tilden Street incident at same date/time)

Theft
34XX Tilden St.
1:55AM
While investigating theft, police located another vehicle (2015 Subaru) ransacked at listed location. Complainant states that .38 caliber speed loader (w 10 bullets) missing. No signs of forced entry – vehicle was left unlocked. Value: $100

11/8
Theft
3400 Henry Ave.
9AM
Complainant states he parked his 2005 green Ford Mustang at listed date and time. When he returned on 11/10, vehicle was gone. Value: $5000

11/5
Theft
34XX W. Coulter St.
8PM
Witness observed offenders inside complainant’s 2011 red Ford Focus, taking items. When witness confronted males, they fled on foot eastbound on Coulter. They were later stopped by police and positively identified.

Theft
35XX Indian Queen Ln.
7PM
Unknown person(s) gained entry to complainant’s 2011 Hyundai Elantra by unknown means and stole ADT security equipment (33 shock sensors, 8 vanishing sensors, 15 door/window sensors, 2 indoor cameras, 1 iCloud link) and 1 iPad Air. Value: $9030

Theft
36XX Merrick St.
12:36AM
Complainant heard her 2017 Nissan Armada start up in her driveway and begin to back out into street. When compl. rushed outside, unknown male (21-25 years old) jumped out of car and fled on foot. He was later stopped by police and identified by compl.

11/2
Theft
36XX Stanton St.
2:48PM
Complainant reported that unknown person(s) stole his black Urban Soul road bike. Compl. left it unsecured in his back yard. Value: $75

Theft
35XX Indian Queen Ln.
10:42AM
Complainant witnessed offender on video walk onto his property and take a package containing a sewing machine. Compl. also reported that his 95 white Honda Accord had been broken into, but nothing was taken. Suspect description: Black male, 16-20 years old, black hat and coat, thin build.

11/1
Theft
34XX Penn St.
11:02AM
Complainant arrived at 39th police precinct to report that he’d received a FedEx delivery notification for a watch, but he confirmed object was missing. Value: $80

Theft
36XX Fox St.
9:20AM
While complainant was driving his child’s mother to work in Horsham, she started a verbal dispute and then began trying to pull his hands off the steering wheel, almost causing an accident. Offender then refused to get out of the vehicle while compl. was making police report. Offender stated that compl. slapped her in the face, but officers could discern no marks on either party. Compl. states that offender took his vehicle registration and insurance card.

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