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Police calls: Fish-oil pills stolen from vitamin shop

This information is from the Menlo Park Police Department. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent unless convicted. Police received the reports on the dates shown.

MENLO PARK

Residential burglary reports:

■ Someone cut the lock into a carport storage locker in the 1100 block of Willow Road and stole two bicycles, a plastic cooler and a bicycle helmet, lock and toolkit. Estimated loss: $2,635. June 11.

■ A bicycle was stolen from an open garage on San Mateo Drive. Estimated loss: $2,000. June 11.

Commercial burglary reports:

■ Someone pried open a rear door at the Vitamin Closet at 959 El Camino Real and stole $685 in cash and bottles of fish-oil pills. Estimated loss: $965. June 15.

■ A window on a locked commercial building in the 100 block of Constitution Avenue was found broken, but the business reported nothing missing. June 9.

Theft reports:

■ A resident of Cotton Street says that a diamond ring and $360 in cash are missing from a desk drawer, and that there were no signs of forced entry into her house. Estimated loss: $10,360. June 6.

■ A Rolex watch was stolen from an unlocked locker in a locker room at the city's athletic facility on Laurel Drive. Estimated loss: $5,000. June 9.

■ Someone stole a package of flower pots from the front porch of a home on Bay Laurel Drive. Estimated loss: $85. June 10.

■ Plants were stolen from an exterior planter box under a window at Piccola Bella Hair Design on Crane Street. Estimated loss: $25. June 6.

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Posted by Trout
a resident of Menlo Park: Allied Arts/Stanford Park
on Jun 19, 2014 at 3:44 pm

Ha-ha-ha! The only thing fish-oil pills will do is give you bad breath. Sorta like Snake Oil in years gone by. Should be easy to pick out the thieves with a good scent-hound on duty. :-)


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Posted by cheapskates
a resident of Menlo Park: Stanford Weekend Acres
on Jun 20, 2014 at 8:31 am

Trout can stick with his snake oil. Fish oil works. It's cheap, and worth every penny.

Trout's problem is he buys the cheapest fish oil out there. Spend a buck a jar more at costco and get the burpless.


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