Police activity week of 09-26-11 through 10-02-11
09-26-11 12:24 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis -Theft- $50 to $200 from buildings
Unit block E. Baltimore ave. – Police dispatched for theft discovered. On arrival this officer made contact with the victim. He advised his building was broken into. This officer observed the dead bolt lock to the side rear door was pried off and hanging off the door. Right inside the door was a crow bar which this office took to attempt to lift fingerprints, but was unable to. The victim stated a contractor working in the building cut his work short and did not finish the job. The contractor was already paid for the work. The victim suspects this contractor. Missing from the site were nail guns. The tools belonged to the contractor. The victim was holding the tools until the contractor finished the work.
09-26-11 14:57 hours – Ptl. L. Albertoli – Theft under $50 from auto
Unit block W. Plumstead Ave. – Unknown person(s) had entered the victim’s vehicle and rifled through the contents of the passenger area. Missing from the vehicle:
Change, written prescription for Adderal and 8-10 dollar Starbucks gift cards ($40-$50).
09-26-11 16:50 hours – Ptl. J. McGowan – Theft $200 & over from auto
200 block Drexel Ave. – the victim reported that on 9-24-11 at 2145 hours he returned home from Wawa and parked his vehicle in his driveway. The victim reported that he had forgotten to close his window. The next morning he discovered someone had gone through his vehicle. I Blackberry Storm cell phone and 1 Cannon digital camera were taken.
09-27-11 13:55 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Burglary-forced entry- residence-day
Unit block W. Stratford Ave. – On arrival police made contact the victim who stated she left her house at approximately 1325 hours to run to the store. She returned at 1355 hours to discover her front door was unlocked. She went into the house and discovered one of the open kitchen window screens cut and closed the window. Police checked the residence with negative results. The following items were discovered missing: one silver Apple Mac book pro, $1,500 from the kitchen table, one Apple I-Pad 32 g with a black case $800 from the front bedroom and one gold band engagement ring unknown sized diamond from the front bedroom $4,000.
09-27-11 17:53 hours – Ptl. T. Selimis – Burglary-no force-residence-day
Unit block Bryn Mawr Ave. – On arrival this officer made contact with the victim, she stated when she arrived home at approximately 1753 hours she pulled into the garage and discovered her bikes were missing. When she left the house at 1200 hours the bikes were in the garage. The garage door was left open. Bikes were unknown brand, 10 spd pink/white girls bike valued $160. And one unknown brand navy blue/chrome beach cruiser valued at $250.
09-27-11 20:05 hours – Sgt. J. Eisenhart – Theft- $50 to $200 bicycles
Unit block N. Lansdowne -The victim came to the police station to report that an unknown subject stole his pink/white BMX stunt bike from outside of the Dollar Tree. Bike valued at around $100 and was equipped with stunt pegs.
10-02-11 04:37 hours – Sgt. B. Eidell – Burglary-forced entry-nonresidence-night
100 block N. Union Ave. – Received an alarm activation at Ron’s Car Care, reported to be an overhead door activation. On arrival police observed that the east bay door was up enough for a person to go under the door if they crouched. We also noticed that the west bay door was missing a Plexiglas panel from the bottom right corner. Police searched the garage and found no one inside. On the east side of the garage was a green Chrysler Concord with the driver side door left partially open. The interior light was on and the car key was in the ignition. This officer checked the interior and exterior doors and windows to the office and everything was secure. Eventually contacted the owner who arrived and checked the building. As of this morning nothing was found missing. It appears that there were at least two actors with one actor going to steal the green Chrysler while the second actor opened the east bay door. Upon opening this door the actor set off an audible alarm which most likely scared off the actors before they could steal the car.