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June 28

Vehicle burglary

Items valued at over $1,400 are missing after someone broke into a car parked in a lot in the 18100 block of Campus Way Northeast. Stolen items included a purse, cash, jewelry and camera.

Residential burglary

Some $4,200 worth of items are missing after persons unknown broke in to a home in the 10600 block of East Riverside Drive. Public reports didn’t contain many details, but listed three suspects, two men and a woman, ages 35 to 45. Stolen items included a pressure washer, generators and air wrenches.

Commercial burglary

This time the stolen goods were worth about $4,500 and included, according to police, miscellaneous power tools. The thieves broke into a construction trailer parked in the 21200 block of 20th Avenue Southeast.

June 26

Commercial burglary

Nothing was taken when suspects broke in the front door of a hair salon in the 22900 block of State Route 527. Reports did not mention any suspects.

June 25

Car stolen

A 1996 Honda Accord was stolen a parking lot in the 10300 block of State Route 522. Valued at $2,000, the car was later recovered in Lake Forest Park.

June 24

Residential burglary

Valued at just over $3,000, jewelry and photos were the items listed stolen after persons unknown broke into a home in the 23800 block of 15th Avenue Southeast. Reports did not state how the suspects gained entry.


June 24

School burglary

Reports gave no readily available details, but said police were investigating a burglary that took place overnight at Inglemoor High. A school spokesperson said she had no details on the incident, but did not believe it to have been overly serious.

Vehicle burglary

Reports didn’t state what was missing, but put the value of the items stolen at over $250. The victim’s car was parked in a residential driveway in the 18000 block of 71st Avenue Northeast.

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