Annapolis Crime: Police Report More Thefts from Cars
Police report more than a dozen incidents the last two weeks with items taken ranging from an iPhone to subwoofers removed from a trunk—and someone even took a pizza.
Due to an increase in reported thefts from vehicles, the Annapolis Police Department advises residents to not leave items in vehicles and to ensure that vehicles are locked.
The following is a list of incidents reported during the past two weeks.
Thefts from Vehicles
Feb. 19-20—1800 block of Glade Court: The following items were removed from a vehicle: Black Toshiba Protégé R830 laptop computer, Apple iPad 2, black Canon G11 PowerShot camera, black Pitbull RocShock Bluetooth speaker, brown Filofax organizer, black Tumi backpack, pair of black Plantronic headphones, black Flip 8GB HD camera, pair of Apple Extra Bass headphones, Sprint MiFi mobile hotspot modem, Fitbit One, 4 SD memory cards, and a Garmin Nuvi GPS unit from a vehicle.
Feb. 19-20—Unit block of Kelly Court: A white Apple iPhone 4 was removed from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 19-20—900 block of Forest Hills Avenue: Two 15-inch Memphis subwoofers from the vehicle’s trunk. There was no sign of forced entry to the vehicle.
Feb. 19-20—Unit block of Hudson Street: Two unknown subjects forced open the lock on the rear door of a van and removed two drills and wire. Two other vans were damaged, but nothing was taken.
Feb. 19—1000 block of Timber Creek Court: A black GPS unit, a black Plantronic Bluetooth headset and money was taken from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 18-19—1800 block of Bay Ridge Avenue: An unknown subject removed a Garmin GPS unit and earphones from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 18-19—100 block of Janwall Street: A red wallet and a tan cloth purse containing a Sony digital camera were removed from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 16-17—Unit block of Eastern Avenue: A Garmin 645 GPS unit, flashlight and two rolls of quarters were removed from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 16—800 block of West Street: An unknown subject removed a grey Acer laptop and a pizza from a vehicle.
Feb. 15-17—300 block of Third Street: An unknown subject removed a black leather wallet and black Dell laptop computer from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 15-16—700 block of Genessee Street: An Apple iPod Classic, Ray Bans sunglasses and Magellan GPS unit was removed from a vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry to the vehicle.
Feb. 15-16—400 block of First Street: A brown leather McKleine laptop briefcase containing a Dell Inspiron 5000 laptop was removed from an unlocked vehicle. The briefcase was later recovered in the area of First Street and Chester Avenue without the laptop.
Feb. 14—600 block of Cutter Court: An unknown subject removed a Canon camera and Nintendo 3D DS from one vehicle and a pair of Oakley sunglasses from another vehicle. Both vehicles were unlocked.
Feb. 10-11—Unit block of Conduit Street: A black bi-fold wallet was removed from an unlocked vehicle.
Feb. 10—1900 block of Dominoe Road: A citizen saw a man inside his vehicle, as well as two other subjects standing outside the vehicle. When he confronted the subjects, they fled on foot. Two other vehicles in the area showed signs of being entered—none of the vehicles had signs of forced entry and nothing appeared to have been taken from the vehicles.
Feb. 10—1900 block of Fairfax Road: A black Tumi briefcase was removed from an unlocked vehicle.
Editor's note: This is not an all-inclusive list of all reported incidents in the city of Annapolis.