Zone C Weekly Crime Report

 

Neighborhood Crime Watch
December 8, 2017

Chili

Petit Larceny 3209 Chili Avenue-Mavis Tire 17-213955

On 11-28-17 (1800-1820) suspect(s) stole two (2) new tires from Mavis Tire.

Burglary 2 PL Linnea Lane 17-214987

On 11-30-17 a burglary was reported at the above location. The burglary was reported to have occurred between 10-05-17 (0700) and 10-06-17 (2100). A radio was stolen from inside of the residence.

Robbery 1 GL 3 1210 Scottsville Road-Grab N Go Mobil 17-214922

On 11-30-17 (1939) a gun point robbery occurred at the above location. The suspect was described as a male black in his twenties, wearing a white mask, black hooded sweat shirt, dark jeans, dark gloves, and brown boots. The suspect ran up to the register and pointed what appeared to be a black handgun with a silver slide at the clerk. The suspect stated “Open the register or I’ll shoot.” The clerk complied with the demand and the suspect reached over the counter and removed the till full of cash and place it inside a black duffle bag that was on the counter. The suspect appeared to run west bound upon exiting the store.

Larceny to a Vehicle GL4 CM3 3775 Union Street-Black Creek Park 17-217332

On 12-4-17 (1306-1415) an unknown suspect broke the driver side window to a vehicle parked at the above location. There was a black backpack that contained a black wallet (ID’s,Credit/Debit Cards), inside the vehicle. The contents of the vehicle were rummaged through.

Parma

Burglary PL Burke Lane Apartment 17-214752

On 11-30-17 (1000-1512) an unknown suspect entered the above apartment and stole a 3rd Generation iPad. When the victim returned home she saw that her front door was unlocked after having previously locking it. The victim said that no one else should have a key to the apartment. A broken lock was also located on a storage unit at the apartment, but the victim could not be sure that the damage occurred during this incident. Nothing else appeared to be taken or disturbed.

Burglary 2nd /PL Bright Oaks Dr 17-206327

Victim reports that on 11/17/17 between 1100-1135hrs unknown person broke into her house. Victim states that she returned home to find the front door ajar. She heard a noise when she entered and noticed the rear sliding glass door open. Victim’s roommate stated that it appeared that someone went through her dresser drawers. A juvenile suspect was developed. No prosecution requested.

Criminal Mischief Route 390 Ramp to Scottsville Road 17-214490

On 11-30-17 (0630-0635) a male white suspect (medium build, light skin, mid 20’s, brown hair, beard) got out of the passenger side of a vehicle at the above location and stabbed the tire of another vehicle. The suspect then returned to the vehicle he was in and left.

Larceny to a Vehicle PL CM4 Loretta Drive 17-217109

Sometime between 12-3-17 (2130) and 12-4-17 (0800) an unknown suspect broke the driver side window of a vehicle at the above location and stole two 16lb bowling balls from inside (bowling ball make/model:“Hot Sauce”, “3 Heroes”).

Sweden

Attempted GL4 6265 Brockport Spencerport Road Walmart 17-217584

On 12-4-17 (2239-2319) MCSO responded to the above for 5 people acting suspiciously by putting merchandise inside of large plastic totes. One of the suspects went outside and got into a Red Chevrolet Cruz. Two of the other suspects tried to push a shopping cart full of merchandise out of the store but abandoned the cart when they were confronted by an employee. Another suspect left the store with a back pack on. The back pack appeared to be empty when this suspect entered the store, but appeared full when he left (however a theft had not been confirmed yet). All the suspects eventually left in a Red Chevy Cruz. A red Chevy Cruz with 5 occupants was located but failed to submit to a traffic stop. The suspects were described as (4) black females and (1) black male, all appeared to be in their 20’s.

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