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University Park Police Blotter: Thefts from Autos Were Common Crime in June

A look at crime statistics by ward.

In June, thefts from autos remained the most common crime. These statistics are broken down by ward as reported by the University Park Police Department.

Any ward not mentioned did not have any reported incidents, according to police.

Ward 2:

Crime Date Address Details Theft June 22 4000 block of Tennyson Road Suspects stole a red, Schwinn bike parked in front of the residence.

Ward 3:

Crime Date Address Details Theft from Auto June 3 4300 block of Sheridan Street Suspects broke into a window of a car and stole coins and a radio faceplate Vandalism to Auto June 2 4400 block of Sheridan Street Suspects broke window of vehicle, rummaged items in car, but nothing was stolen

Ward 5:

Crime Date Address Details Theft from Auto June 5 4300 block of Clagett Road Suspects entered an unlocked car and stole a GPS unit, coins and a briefcase. The briefcase was recovered and returned to owner.

Ward 6:

Crime Date Address Details Fraud June 15 4000 block of Beechwood Road The resident received a phone call from a man claiming to be her grandson. He said he had been in an accident and didn't want his parents to know and the victim wired money to Mexico. The victim later learned it was a hoax. 

Ward 7:

Crime Date Address Details Theft from Auto June 1 4000 block of Underwood Street Suspects entered a car and took a GPS unit, coins and a car radio. Theft from Autos June 5 4000 block of Underwood Street Suspects entered two cars and took a purse from one of the vehicles. It was later found in a neighbor's yard and returned. Tampering with Auto June 6 4100 block of Van Buren Street A witness saw two suspects on bikes attempting to break into an SUV. The witness yelled at them and they rode away towards Wells Parkway.

If you have any information on any of these crimes, contact

 

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