On Monday, Oct. 21, at about 9 a.m. police were called to Wildwood Ave. for a break-in to a vehicle.
When officers arrived they were met by a woman who said that over the weekend at an unknown time, the driver’s side window of a vehicle on the business’ property was smashed in with a rock and several items were taken.
According to the caller who is assigned to the company vehicle, the truck was parked in the rear parking lot when the window was smashed out.
The police report indicates that about $30 in coins, a jacket, and a cell phone adapter worth about $300 were all taken from the vehicle.
Police processed the scene and filed a report on the incident.
Walking into the Police Department lobby, a resident asked to speak with an officer about a stolen laptop.
The man said someone stole his work laptop from his vehicle while it was parked on Main Street.
According to the reporting party, his truck was parked at about 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 17, when he went in to do business with the manager of an establishment on Main Street.
At about 3:45 p.m., the man said he returned to his truck and realized that the laptop was taken from the back seat of the vehicle. The computer is valued at about $1,500.