During the day officers investigated five thefts/attempted thefts from parked motor vehicles. All of the thefts/break-ins were discovered between 7:45 am and 9:30 am. In all but one of the thefts officers were unable to determine how the thieves got into the target vehicles but we are surmising that a slim-jim or pry-type tool was used. Each of the victims/owners told the officers that they were positive that they had locked and secured their vehicles. All of the target vehicles were processed for evidence with negative results and no witnesses or other evidence could be found.
2700 block of Arundel Road: 7:45 am. In this case the thieves broke the passenger side rear window to gain entry. Once inside they stole an electronic device that was inside the glove box.
2700 block of Webster Street: 8:45 am. An electronic device was stolen from inside the glove box.
4500 block of 30th Street: 9:25 am. A cell phone charger was taken but later recovered on the ground close to the victim’s vehicle.
4500 block of 30th Street: 9:25 am. While investigating the above theft officers were notified by an additional victim that both her vehicle and her husband’s vehicle had been broken into. She told the officers that nothing appeared to have been taken from either vehicle.