Police Briefs 10-31-2017

October 31, 2017
By

Beacon Hill Beat

From Boston Police Area A-1

Larceny from a Building

10/17/17  – A victim and her coworker report that they were attending to a dog in the rear examining area of a Charles Street veterinary office. At this time, they heard the front door open and someone enter the waiting area.. The attendants stated, “We will be right with you.”

A male voice replied, “Just grabbing a card.”

Once the victim came out front, she noticed her purse, containing U.S. currency, bank and credit cards, a Massachusetts driver’s license and veterinary license, had been stolen.

 

 

Vandalism to a Motor Vehicle

10/19/17 – A victim reported both the left and right front windows were broken on her 2013 BMW X3. The vehicle was parked in the rear parking area off Bowdoin Street between 4 p.m. on Oct. 18 and 8 a.m. the following day.

 

Larceny from a Motor Vehicle

10/19/17  – Police responded to a rear parking area on Bowdoin Street for a reported larceny from a motor vehicle. On arrival, officers observed that a 2003 Mercedes Benz had the left front window broken and the victim states coins were  taken from the ashtray.

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