Thieves Target Electronics in This Week's Crimelog
An Xbox, GPS cord and Sony sound equipment are among the items that grew legs recently, according to the West Deptford Police Department.
- A residence on South Union Ave. was the target of a theft. Interior parts of an air conditioner that sat in the back of the residence were stolen, while several of the exterior components were left at the scene on Oct. 22.
- A cell phone was stolen on Oct. 25. The theft occurred while an employee was working at Matteo’s Scrap Yard on Crown Point Road.
-An unknown female stole a package of Ivory soap from the Family Dollar on Gateway Boulevard on Oct.26. The package, a value of $8, was concealed in her bag.
- An Xbox was stolen from a resident on Lauderdale Road, during the resident’s party on Oct. 28. The Xbox was stolen by a partygoer and later found in his girlfriend’s vehicle.
-A locked 1997 Honda Civic was stolen from a driveway on Nov. 1. The car was parked in front of the residence on Budd Boulevard.
- A locked 1998 Honda Civic was stolen from the parking lot of Kingswick Apartments. No broken glass was left at the scene of the incident on Nov. 1.
- Two Sony subwoofers, two Sony speakers, one Sony amp total sound system, one Sony jump box, one pair of blue Nike sneakers and two $20 bills were stolen after a 1996 Honda Civic was entered on Nov. 1. The locked car was entered sometime overnight while parked on Woodhollow Drive.
- A GPS power cord was taken from a lock 1995 Honda Civic on Nov. 1. The vehicle was entered overnight will parked on Woodhollow Drive.
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