Nov. 28, Crime worth noting

A woman reported that about 10 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27 she was called to the Partners in Literacy building at 817 16th St., Alexandria, due to an alarm activation.

Upon arrival to the scene she met with an officer, who checked the building and found it to be secure, according to the police report. They didn’t notice anything missing that night. However, the next morning, Nov. 28, she noticed the window pane missing off of the back window in the building. She listed a DVD/VCR combo as missing. Also, according to the report, the entire window pane was gone.

  • Auto Theft

A 59-year-old Alexandria woman reported her 1990 beige four-door Deville Cadillac had been stolen a bar’s parking lot located on 8th Street about 11 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28.

According to the police report, the woman said her husband called her to come get him from a bar he said he had been at for about an hour. The husband claims when he went in the bar and came out an hour later, the car as gone.
The license plate number is NRA724.

  • Theft of clothes

A Sears loss prevention employee told police an unknown suspect had placed unpaid women’s clothing in a Sears bag the suspect allegedly had hidden in a pocket.

The employee tried to get to the suspect who fled the scene. The suspect allegedly left the clothes inside the store and left the area in a white van.

The incidence occurred about 3:10 p.m. Wednesday, Nov.28.

  • Cellular phone theft

A 20-year-old Alexandria man reported a juvenile had gone into his vehicle and stolen his cell phone, a Palm Treo.

The man said he had left the doors unlocked to the vehicle. A neighbor and some other juveniles who were waiting for the bus. allegedly witnessed the burglary.

The incident occurred about 7 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28 on Houston Street.

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