Police Blotter 10-29-18 to 11-04-18

10/29/2018 01:59- THEFT FROM AUTO
SOUTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Police were dispatched to S. Lansdowne Ave. for a report of a theft that just occurred. Upon arrival, police spoke with the victim who reported that his wallet, along with its contents, had been stolen from his vehicle that was parked in the rear parking lot of this address


10/29/2018 08:12- THEFT FROM AUTO
VIOLET LANE

The Victim called the Lansdowne Police Department to report that her vehicle had been rifled through over the weekend and that her GPS device had been taken from it.


10/29/2018 09:37- THFET FROM AUTO
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

Police were dispatched to the rear of the Dollar Tree Store, for a report of theft of tools and equipment. Police responded and spoke with one of the victims. He reported that over the weekend someone broke into vehicles and trailers in the fenced in area in the rear of the Lansdowne Movie Theatre.


10/30/2018 19:33- CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTO
NYACK AVE.

Police responded to the area of Nyack Avenue and S. Wycombe Avenue for a report of a rock thrown at a vehicle. On location, police met the vehicle owner who stated that he was traveling west on Nyack A venue when he heard a loud bang against his driver side window and then the window smashed into small pieces.


10/29/2018 21:00- ATTEMPTED THEFT FROM AUTO
FAIRVIEW AVE.

The victim responded to police headquarters to report that her vehicle was entered. She reported that she had left her trunk open while inside her home and when she went back outside approximately five minutes later, someone had gone into her car and dumped the contents of her pocketbook and glove compartment inside her car.


10/31/2018 16:15- BURGLARY ATTEMPT
NORTH WYCOMBE AVE.

Police responded to a burglar alarm. While checking the house it appeared that a burglary attempt had occurred.


10/31/2018 23:23 BURGLARY
EAST STEWART AVE.

Police were dispatched to East Stewart Avenue for a report of a burglary discovered. Upon arrival officers met with the victim. Investigation to continue.


11/01/2018 05:45- THEFT ATTEMPT FROM AUTO
GLENTAY AVE.

Police were dispatched to Glentay Ave for an attempted theft from a vehicle. Upon arrival, officers made contact with the victim who was leaving for work and noticed that the interior light was on in the vehicle. He then observed a subject exit the vehicle and run east on Glentay Ave. Nothing was discovered to be missing from the vehicle. Officers checked the area with negative results for the subject.


11/01/2018 10:01- THEFT OF VEHICLE
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

The Lansdowne police received a report of a stolen vehicle last seen traveling North on Lansdowne Ave. The caller was following behind the actor in his personal vehicle. Police located the actor & stolen vehicle at the intersection of Marshall & 69th St. The unknown actor fled the area on foot. The listed vehicle was returned to the owner.


11/01/2018 09:43- ROBBERY
NORTH LANSDOWNE AVE.

The victim came to the Lansdowne police dept. to report a robbery that occurred at 0230hrs this morning in front of 50 N. Lansdowne Ave. Investigation to continue.


11/01/2018 17:39- BURGLARY
EAST LACROSSE AVE.

Lansdowne Police Department was dispatched to E Lacrosse Ave for a burglary discovered. Investigation to continue.


11/01/2018 07:13- THEFT FROM AUTO
GLENTAY AVE.

Police were called regarding an attempted theft from vehicle that had occurred overnight. The officer spoke with the victim who reported that when she entered her work vehicle on the date of this report she discovered that it had been rifled through. The victim did not discover anything missing from the vehicle.


11/02/2018 18:50- THEFT
DREXEL AVE.

Police were dispatched to Drexel Ave for a theft discovered. The victim stated that he was unable to locate a package that had been delivered to this residence via UPS. Investigation continues.


11/03/2018 15:43- THEFT ATTEMPT FROM AUTO
CRAWFORD AVE.

Investigation revealed several thefts from vehicle attempts in the area. There was nothing reported missing from any of the vehicles. It does not appear as if the male made entry into any of the vehicles.


11/04/2018 08:30- CRIMINAL MISCHIEF TO AUTO
NORTH WYCOMBE AVE.

Police responded to North Wycombe Avenue for a report of vandalism discovered. On location, the vehicle owner states that someone had keyed his car overnight.