Police Log: Jan. 3 – Jan. 11, 2017

Jan. 3

  • Someone removed a porcelain horse from the living room of a Bob Franks Way resident. The statue was valued at $100.

Jan. 6

  • Someone unsuccessfully tried to break into a shed owned by a Hilltop Lane resident.
  • An X-Box valued at $400 and a Sony Playstation valued at $300 were stolen from an Alerica Lane home.

Jan. 9

  • A gold necklace valued at $500, a gold ring valued at $1,000, $400 in cash and personal papers were stolen from a Hillcrest Avenue home.
  • A king-sized bed comforter valued at $150 was stolen from the dryer of a Route 27 laundromat.
  • An Apple iPhone valued at $850 was stolen after its owner dropped it on Rachel Court.

Jan. 10

  • An asbestos portable shower valued at $625 was stolen from an abandoned building on Hamilton Street.
  • A 2016 Chevy Traverse was stolen while parked on Rose Street, but it was later recovered.
  • A Coach wallet valued at $200 and a number of personal papers were stolen from a woman while she was shopping at the Dollar General Store on Garden Avenue.

Jan. 11

  • A 2016 Nissan Sentra was stolen while it was parked on Pear Tree Lane.

Due to changes in the FTPD computer system, there will be no accident reports this week.


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