A woman reported that her Coach wallet was stolen out of her purse while shopping at David’s Bridal on Feb. 11 at 2 p.m., according to a police report. The woman said she had purse on a chair when her cousin asked her for help with her wedding dress, so she walked away and left the purse unattended, the report said. The store does not have any video surveillance, the report said.
Windows smashed in cars, store
Several damages to car windows were reported during the last few days.
The manager of on Cabot Drive reported that the back window of a company van was smashed out sometime over the weekend of Feb. 10-12, according to a police report. According to the police report, the damage likely happened between Feb. 10-11 when snow had been falling because there was a great deal of snow in the van.
A man reported that the passenger side window of his car was smashed during the early hours of Feb. 11, according to a police report. The car was parked in front of on Wellington Drive, and there are no suspects or witnesses, the report said.
A woman reported that both rear windows were shattered on her vehicle sometime during the night of Feb. 13, according to a police report. The woman’s car was parked in her driveway on Sandstone Drive and she discovered the damage in the morning, the report said. According to the report, the damage was likely caused by a pellet or BB because no obvious indications were present.
A window of was reported shattered on Feb. 13, according to a police report. An employee said that when all employees left on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m., all the windows were intact. But when she arrived the next morning, she discovered that somebody had either thrown or shot an object at the large picture window to the right of the entrance, the report said. According to the report, there was an impact point approximately 12 feet off the ground and the entire window was shattered, but still in place. The report said that due to the height of the impact, it did not appear that the subject was trying to get into the store. The employee said she was unaware of any irate customers or recent employee problems, but will be asking the store to look at surveillance video, the report said.
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