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Police calls in Menlo Park: Reports of thefts, burglaries

 

This information is based on reports 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

Thefts:

■ Three watches are believed to have been stolen from a home on Rose Avenue. Estimated loss: $27,000. Oct. 9.

■ Someone stole a purse containing a cellphone, wallet and $600 in cash from an unlocked vehicle parked at the eastern end of Marsh Road. Estimated loss: $1,300. Oct. 13.

■ It's not clear how a thief entered a vehicle on Berkeley Avenue and stole $33 in cash. Oct. 15.

■ Someone stole an old GPS device from an unlocked vehicle parked on Bay Road. Estimated loss: $20. Oct. 15.

■ A bag of loose change was stolen from the center console of an unlocked vehicle parked on Henderson Avenue. Estimated loss: $10. Oct. 15.

Residential burglaries:

■ Two TVs and two tablet computers were stolen from an apartment in the 1200 block of Willow Road. It's not clear how the thief entered the apartment. Estimated loss: $2,000. Oct. 11.

■ Someone entered a home on Terminal Avenue through an unlocked front door and stole $1,100 in cash. Oct. 9.

Auto burglaries:

■ A man had his wallet stolen from his locked vehicle parked at the eastern end of Marsh Road. Estimated loss: $400. Oct. 15.

■ A vehicle parked in the 2800 block of Sand Hill Road was found with the left rear window broken and a backpack and duffle bag stolen. In the bags were a laptop computer, an iPad and keys. Estimated loss: $3,326. Oct. 15.

Dave Boyce

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