Warwick, RI – The following reports were received by the Warwick Police Department between Aug. 13 and Aug. 21:
On Aug. 12 at about 5:13 p.m., Warwick Police responded to a Haven Street residence for a report of two stolen bicycles.
The resident said when he left his home at 7 a.m., his two bicycles, a Giant Baby Blue with white tail lights, front light and speedometer worth $250 and a Black and Gray Pacific Mountain bike worth $200 had been leaning against his fence. They were missing at 5 p.m. when he returned.
On Aug. 15 at 8:43 p.m., Warwick Police responded to Longhorn Steakhouse at 400 Bald Hill Road for a report of a stolen bicycle.
An employee told police he arrived for work at 3:30 p.m. and chained his bike, a gray 29-inch Redline Monocog worth $700, to a generator outside the building. When he came outside at 8:30 p.m., the chain and bike were gone.
U.S. mail package stolen
On Aug. 13, a Cavalcade Road woman reported to police that a package delivered by a USPS mail carrier was stolen after delivery, likely on Aug. 9, the reported date of delivery.
The woman told an officer she had confirmed the package had been shipped with the sender and also checked the delivery with the Post Office. The package contained a Phillips Iphone docking speaker worth $65.
Thefts from vehicles
On Aug. 13, at 6:08 p.m., Warwick Police responded to Stephen’s Hair Salon at 63 Soule St. for a report of theft from a gray Honda Accord.
The owner of the car told police she parked at the hair salon for an appointment between 5:20 and 6 p.m., returning to find her driver’s side rear window smashed out, and her HP laptop worth $2,000 missing.
On Aug. 14, at about 5:19 p.m., Warwick Police responded to Kent Regency Nursing Home at 660 Commonwealth Ave. for a report of a theft from a car.
The owner of the car, a silver 2012 Toyota Matrix, said she had returned to the car at that afternoon to find the passenger side front window had been smashed out. She said a makeup case worth $10 and a perfume container worth $90 had been taken from her car.
On Aug. 14, Warwick Police responded to Planet Fitness at 105 Pace Blvd for a report of an attempted larceny from a car between 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.
When the owner returned to his car after a workout, he noticed the front passenger side window of his car,a black 2001 Volvo, had a crack in it, as if someone had wedged a something between the window and door frame in an attempt to break it.
On Aug. 15 at 12:06 p.m., Warwick Police received a report of a theft from a car at a Post Road residence.
The owner said a purse containing two drivers licenses, a Visa card and Citizen’s Bank debit card had been taken from her unlocked car sometime overnight.
On Aug. 18, at 5:51 a.m., Warwick Police responded to a Fourth Avenue residence for a report of theft from a car.
The owner said she discovered that the driver side window of her gray 2010 Audi Q5 had been smashed in between 8 p.m. the previous evening and that morning. Missing from the car was her tan Coach wallet, containing a Bank of America credit card, Bank of America debit card and two American Express credit cards.
On Aug. 21, Warwick Police responded to the Courtyard Marriot at 55 Jefferson Park Road for a report of a theft from a vehicle.
The owner of the car, a blue 2012 Dodge, told police he’d discovered his passenger side rear window broken out and his $500 laptop missing from the vehicle. He said he’d last checked on the car at 7:30 p.m. the previous night.
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