WEST MENLO PARK
Theft: A woman reported the theft of her wallet from her handbag and a later attempt to charge purchases valued at several hundred dollars on her credit card. Estimated loss: $1,080. March 3.
Residential burglary: Someone stole a camera, two video game players, four medallions and a laptop computer from a home on Pierce Road. Estimated loss: $2,769. March 6.
Auto burglary: After smashing a window of a vehicle parked at Bedwell Bayfront Park on Marsh Road, someone stole a purse containing a cellphone, keys, credit cards, a checkbook and $150 in cash. Estimated loss: $2,070. March 6.
• A thief wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a hat stole a purse from the carport of a Waverley Street apartment while the purse's owner was standing nearby with her back turned. In the purse were a cellphone, a laptop computer, her wallet, cosmetics, sunglasses and prescription glasses. Estimated loss: $3,237. March 3.
• Someone stole a locked bicycle from the Hillview School parking lot on Elder Avenue. Estimated loss: $1,000. March 4.
• A cyclist left his bike unlocked in front of a store at Willow Road and Newbridge Street. After shopping in the store, he came out to find that his bike had been stolen. Estimated loss: $600. March 6.
• A wallet and other items were stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked on Roble Avenue. Estimated loss: $203. March 9.
• A patron of the Menlo Park Library told police that someone stole his backpack while he was sleeping in the library. Inside the backpack were a knife and a USB device. Estimated loss: $92.
• A resident of Elm Street told police that someone had entered his unlocked vehicle and stolen his garage door opener. Estimated loss: $20. March 7.
• A resident of Woodland Avenue found that her locked mailbox had been pried open and some unknown amount of mail stolen. March 8.
Stolen vehicle: A silver 2000 Honda Civic from a parking garage on Linfield Drive. March 3.
This story contains 368 words.
Stories older than 90 days are available only to subscribing members. Please help sustain quality local journalism by becoming a subscribing member today.
If you are already a subscriber, please log in so you can continue to enjoy unlimited access to stories and archives. Subscriptions start at $5 per month and may be cancelled at any time.