Reports made to the Menlo Park and Atherton police departments. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent unless convicted. Police received the reports on the dates shown.
■ Someone pried open a window at a home on Central Avenue and, once inside, stole $30 from a wallet and $40 from some mason jars. Feb. 4.
■ Someone now at large attempted, unsuccessfully, to enter a Madera Avenue home by way of a window. Feb. 5.
Auto burglary: Apparently by prying open a window, a thief entered a locked vehicle parked in the 1100 block of Willow Road and stole tools. Estimated loss: $1,450. Feb. 4.
■ Two locked bicycles were stolen from a garage on O'Keefe Street. Estimated loss: $10,000. Feb. 2.
■ A laptop was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked in the 2100 block of Santa Cruz Avenue. Estimated loss: $2,500. Feb. 4.
■ Someone stole an unlocked bicycle from in front of a home on Santa Margarita Avenue. Estimated loss: $770. Feb. 3.
■ A woman told police that her cellphone had been stolen after she inadvertently left it in a store or restaurant in the vicinity or Santa Cruz Avenue and El Camino Real. Estimated loss: $600. Feb. 2.
■ A woman walked away from an ATM without picking up the $500 she had withdrawn from her account. A witness saw someone take the money from the machine and leave the area in a Nissan Frontier. An investigation is underway. Jan. 29.
■ Someone stole tools from an unlocked storage locker in a garage in the 2100 block of Santa Cruz Avenue. Estimated loss: $375. Feb. 2.
■ A car cover was stolen from a vehicle parked in the 10 block of Alma Street. No estimate of losses. Feb. 2.
■ A Redwood City woman was arrested, cited and released in connection with the theft of two sleeping bags and a beanie from the Big 5 sporting goods store at 700 E Camino Real. The stolen goods were returned. Jan. 30.
Ammunition turned in: A woman brought police a dozen .22 caliber tear-gas cartridges for destruction. The cartridges belonged to her late husband. Jan. 20.
■ A woman, following instructions from someone unknown, deposited a fraudulent check for $2,850.90, withdrew the money and re-deposited it in another account at Wells Fargo bank. The bank informed the woman that her account would be debited for the amount. Feb. 3.
■ Police are investigating an allegation by a family trust of wrongful transfer of ownership of a car belonging to a deceased resident of Ivy Drive to the decedent's live-in caregiver. Feb. 4.
Theft: A white Samsung Galaxy X4 cellphone was stolen from the vicinity of the swimming pool at Menlo-Atherton High School. Estimated loss: $300. Feb. 2.