INCIDENTS REPORTED TO THE 6TH DISTRICT – 5/23/11 to 5/29/11

The below incidents in the Northern Liberties area were recently reported to the 6th District:

BREAK-IN UPDATE: ARRESTS

On Friday, 05/20/11, between 3:30 PM and 5:30 PM, the door to complainant’s apartment in the 500 block N. 5th St. was damaged due to being pried, also a rear window screen was cut. Access was not gained to the property, nothing was missing. 6th District Officer Romanczuk was unable to lift latent fingerprints due to inclement weather.

On Monday, 05/23/11, two females were arrested for burglary of an apartment in the 2000 block Green St. (9th District). Central Detective Division Special Investigations Unit personnel were able to connect these two females to another burglary in the 2000 block Green St. as well as the burglary in the 500 block N. 5th St. on Friday 05/20/11.

The two offenders, ages 18 and 20 were charged with three counts of burglary and related offenses.

BURGLARY – BUSINESS

On Monday, 05/23/11, 12:45 PM, 3 males were inside Exit Skateboard, 825 N. 2nd St. took several items without paying and fled from the store. The complainant also noticed that his laptop was missing. The offenders were described only as 3 black males in their early 20’s.

ATTEMPTED CAR THEFT

Between 6 PM, Monday, 05/23/11 and 11 AM, Tuesday, 05/24/11, complainant’s 2003 Buick, parked in the 400 block Brown St. was entered without force and the steering column was damaged in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle.

ROBBERY – CAR JACKING

On Wednesday, 05/25/11, 11:30 PM, (reported 05/26-4 PM), complainant was in her parked car, 100 Spring Garden St, a male got in a verbally demanded money. Complainant went to the ATM at the LukOil, but it was out-of-order. They then went to an ATM at 1234 N. Columbus Blvd. where complainant withdrew $600 and gave it to the male who then left.

The offender was described as a white male, 20’s, 6′, thin build, small beard, wearing a white T-shirt.

Captain Brian J. Korn #50
Commanding Officer
Sixth Police District

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