Friday, March 8, 2013
Annapolis police released two more reported thefts from vehicles.
Annapolis police reported two more thefts from vehicles–one from this week and one from late January–adding to the rash of thefts from vehicles in recent weeks. Sometime between 11 p.m. on March 6 and 6:45 a.m. the following day, an unknown suspect entered a vehicle on the 600 block of Genessee Street and stole a Garmin GPS unit. Police said there was no sign of forced entry. Police also released a report from between Jan. 27 and Jan. 28, when an unknown suspect smashed a window of a truck on Greystone Court a stole a Makita impact drill, a Milwaukee Sawzall and a Rigid job site radio. For more on the recent thefts in Annapolis, read here:
Friday, November 9, 2012
A bag containing computers, watches and a camera was stolen from the backseat.
Someone stole a bag containing $6,200 worth of electronics and jewelry from a car parked on the 1900 block of Copeland Street, according to Annapolis Police. The owner told police that the bag was in her back seat, and she forgot to lock the car doors. The bag contained a Mac laptop, a Sony monitor, two Movado watches and a Cannon digital camera. Police said the theft occurred sometime between Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, but the owner didn't report the theft until Wednesday. She declined to provide a reason for the delay, according to a police report.
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Sports utility vehicle broken into, stereo stolen, as Hurricane Sandy struck Annapolis.
Stereo equipment was stolen from a Dodge Durango in the 1300 block of Tyler Avenue early Monday morning, according to Annapolis Police. The owner's girlfriend told police she looked out a second-floor window around about 2 a.m. and noticed the rear hatch to the Durango was open. She told her boyfriend, the car's owner, who went outside and discovered the driver's window was down. A Pioneer flip out DVD/CD/radio was gone from the dashboard, and 15-inch Kicker subwoofers and an amp were missing from the rear cargo area. Police estimate the total value to be $1,075. The man told police he locked the car's doors, but he left his windows open about three inches to allow for air flow.
Friday, October 26, 2012
Eight of the owners reported items missing.
Ten vehicles were broken into and eight of them had items stolen in the last three days, according to Annapolis Police. The owners lost more than $3,000 in tools, laptops and cash. Only two of the vehicles showed any signs of forced entry, police said. In early October police investigated another string of nine vehicles that were broken into—only one of which showed signs of forced entry. Here are the locations of the recent break-ins: 1. 300 block of Hilltop Lane—Someone broke the lock on the rear doors of a work van and stole a Klein work bag and a Husky bucket with miscellaneous carpenters tools. Police valued the tools at $2,570. 2. 1600 block of Margaret Avenue—Someone opened an unlocked car and took cash from the owner's wallet …