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Below are crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the time period July 1-7. (Some crimes that occurred on dates prior to the current time period but were not reported until later may be included.)

Chestnut Hill

June 15. Theft. A complainant from the 100 block of East Evergreen Avenue reported to police that he performed a job for an offender who was supposed to pay $650 but only paid $250.

June 30. Auto theft. A man from the 700 block of Wolcott Drive told police his 2017 Triumph Motors motorcycle was stolen without his knowledge or permission.

July 1. Shoplifting. An employee at the Acme Market at 7700 Crittenden Street reported to police that a suspect entered the store and stole food without paying for it.

July 1. Vandalism. A woman in the 200 block of East Willow Grove Avenue reported that a suspect smashed her rear passenger window and damaged the steering column of her Hyundai.

July 1. Carjacking. An off-duty Chestnut Hill Village police officer in the 7700 block of Stenton Avenue reported hearing his car alarm go off, went outside and saw his car being driven out of the parking lot. Inside the car were a police badge and baseball equipment.

July 2. Shoplifting. An employee at the Acme Market at 7700 Crittenden Street reported to police that several suspects hid items in bags and attempted to leave the store without paying, but the manager took the items.

July 3. A woman told police she was eating dinner at the Iron Hill Brewery at 8400 Germantown Avenue when someone stole items from her purse and later used her debit cards to make unauthorized transactions.

July 3. Motor vehicle theft. A plaintiff parked his car in the 7600 block of Ardleigh Street while he was on vacation and when he returned, his Kia Soul was gone.

July 4. Theft from a motor vehicle. Complainant #1 stated to police that she was riding her bicycle near West Northwestern Avenue and Oak Road and when she returned, her passenger window was smashed and her purse was missing. Complainant #2 stated that an offender broke into her vehicle and stole a cell phone, wallets, identification and bank cards.

July 4. Shoplifting. An offender entered the Acme Market in the 7700 block of Crittenden Street, took several items and fled in a black SUV.

July 4. Burglary, vandalism, weapons violations. The complainant, of the 400 block of West Moreland Avenue, told police he discovered broken glass on his floor and noticed a bullet hole in his living room window and a bullet fragment in the corner of the room.

July 7. Shoplifting. A suspect entered the CVS store in the 7700 block of Germantown Avenue and stole deodorant and refreshments without paying for them.

Mount Airy

May 3. Shoplifting. Multiple offenders stole food and beverages from the Wawa in the 7200 block of Germantown Avenue and did not pay for them.

June 2. Auto theft. A man told police he left his dirt bike chained up in a driveway in the 200 block of Pelham Road. When he returned to the location, the chain was cut and the bike was gone.

June 26. Theft. A woman reported to police that $100 was missing from her apartment in the 500 block of West Hortter Street.

June 27. Vandalism and auto theft. A woman from the 500 block of Glen Echo Road reported to police that her car was broken into, the steering column broken, and papers scattered.

June 28. Theft. A woman from the 300 block of East Mt. Airy Ave. reported that she ordered an iPhone from Amazon and received a notification that the package had arrived, but when she went to pick it up, the phone was missing.

July 1. Shoplifting. A CVS employee at a store in the 7000 block of Lincoln Drive reported that a man packed shower gels in a bag and left the store without paying for them.

July 1. Shoplifting. An offender entered the Acme Market in the 7000 block of Germantown Avenue, took Taylor Port wine and left without paying.

July 1. Shoplifting. An offender took cosmetics and medications from the CVS store in the 7000 block of Lincoln Drive without paying for them.

July 2. Theft. A complainant shopping at Wawa told police she left her ID and debit cards somewhere in the store in the 7200 block of Germantown Avenue and a suspect took both.

July 2. Shoplifting. An employee at Acme Market in the 7000 block of Germantown Avenue reported that four people attempted to leave the store with a shopping cart full of groceries without paying. However, when one of the men was confronted, the items were returned.

July 2. Theft. Plaintiff, of the 200 block of Garrett Street, told police he heard a man in his home and when he awoke, plaintiff's tools, valued at $30,000, were missing.

July 3. Theft. A man from the 500 block of Pelham Road told police he had parked his vehicle at that location. When his wife returned, the car was gone and a stranger had attempted to use his credit cards.

July 4. Shoplifting. Offenders took snacks from Wawa in the 7200 block of Germantown Avenue without paying for them.

July 4. Auto theft. A complainant who was house-sitting in the 300 block of East Mt. Airy Avenue told police that his car was missing when he came out in the morning.

July 4. Shoplifting. A suspect stole water, chips, and a snack wrap from the Wawa in the 7200 block of Germantown Avenue without paying.

July 4. Theft from a motor vehicle. A complainant reported that a perpetrator broke into the passenger side of his vehicle in the 1000 block of West Upsal Street and stole identification and credit cards.

July 4. A suspect entered the CVS store in the 7700 block of Lincoln Drive, took items, including Listerine mouthwash, and left the store without paying.

July 4. The suspect took bottles of alcohol from the Acme Market in the 7000 block of Germantown and did not pay for them.

July 5. Burglary. Plaintiff heard someone in the basement of the apartment building on West Mt. Airy Avenue and saw a shadow coming from the door leading to the first floor. Police observed the offender, who was taken into custody.

July 6. Theft. A woman told police she parked her car in the 7800 block of Devon Street and later heard her alarm go off. When she got to the car, a driver's side window and the ignition were broken.

July 6. Theft. A woman parked her car near White Trail and Kitchens Lane. When she returned, the passenger window was broken and a purse, identification and credit cards were missing from the car.

July 7. Burglary. A complainant from the 500 block of East Johnson Street said the tenants had moved out and her daughter was checking the place to get an air conditioner. When she opened the closet door, an unknown man was inside and ran out the back door.

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