WARWICK, RI — Warwick Police took three reports of larceny from cars at the start of the month for
At 4:41 p.m. March 1, Officer Quentin Tavares took a report of a purse stolen from a locked car at YMCA, 900 Centerville Road. Tavares spoke with Rebecca Laliberte, 38, who said she had left her purse on the floor on the passenger side of her car before leaving the vehicle locked and going into the gym. When she returned, she found the passenger side window had been smashed out and her purse had been taken.
Laliberte told Tavares there had been $40 and several debit cards in the purse.
At 5:09 p.m. March 1, Officer Quentin Tavares took a report of a larceny at Psychological Associates 889 Centerville Road for a report of a larceny from a car. Tavares spoke with Nicole Molina, 36, who said she had parker her Subaru in the parking lot at about 1 p.m., then returned at 5 p.m. to find her passenger side window had been smashed, and her diaper bag had been stolen, including a gold bracelet, estimated at about $100.
Tavares also spoke with Anna Flaherty, 65, who said she had parked her Subaru in the lot throughout the day and returned to find her side passenger window had been smashed, and that her purse and a pair of boots, valued at a total of $205, had been stolen.
On March 3, Officer Brian J. Holleran spoke with David Englund, 56, who said that on March 1, someone had stolen a Cannon EOS T6i camera, an 18-55mm and 55-250mm zoom with an onboard mic and camera bag from his car, discovered when he checked out from the Sheraton Hotel at 1850 Post Road.
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