TV taken from apartment: A South Avenue woman told police sometime between 4 p.m. July 4 and 3:30 p.m. July 8, someone removed a $500 flat screen TV she was renting from her apartment. According to the report, entry was most likes gained through an unlocked apartment door.
Change missing from bedroom: A Peck Road man told police July 7 that sometime between 6:30 a.m. and 7 p.m., someone removed $300 in change from his bedroom. According to the report, the suspect appeared to have made entry through one of the residence's many open doors.
Door damaged during attempted break-in: The manager of a West Avenue business told police July 2 that sometime overnight, someone unsuccessfully tried to enter the business. According to the report, pry marks were discovered on the door. Damage was estimated at $1,000. Extra patrols were requested.
Attempted breaking and entering
Loading dock door damaged: The owner of a West Avenue business told police July 8 that someone had attempted to enter the business through the loading dock door. According to the report, some type of pry bar was used to break a section of the lower door panel away. Extra patrols were requested. Damage was estimated at $1,200.
LCD pads stolen from warehouse: An employee of a Portage Boulevard business told police July 10 that $1,200 worth of LCD Boogie Board pads for iPhones had been stolen from the warehouse and were being sold on Amazon.com Marketplace.
iPhone taken from desk: An employee of a West Avenue business told police July 10 someone removed his $800 iPhone 5s Gold from his desk after he went to help a customer load items into a vehicle.
Couch missing from apartment building: The manager of a North Avenue apartment complex told police July 11 someone removed a $500 couch from the hallway of the third floor of one of his buildings.
Sound amplifier taken from store: An employee of a South Avenue business told police July 13 that someone removed a $200 personal sound amplifier from a display case in the store.
Vehicle scratched: A Dunbar Road woman told police sometime between 10 p.m. July 12 and 10 a.m. July 13, someone scratched the rear quarter panel of her vehicle with an unknown object. Damage was estimated at $500.