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Month: January 2019
27 Jan 2019
27 Jan 19 - Community Alert-Armed Robberies 6th District (Gresham) P19-02-011CA -NP

This alert gives notice to two recent armed robberies in the Auburn Gresham neighborhood on beat 632. In these incidents the offender approached the customers leaving a store and demanded the bags of merchandise the customers had in their possession.  In one incident, a gun was implied and in another incident, a gun was displayed.

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26 Jan 2019
26 Jan 19-Community Alert - 25th District -Garage Burglaries P19-N-027(CA)NP

This alert gives notice to the residents in the 25th District (Grand Central) of recent garage burglaries. In these incidents, the offender (s) forced open the side/service door to the garage and proceeded to remove items from the garage.  Two of these incidents occurred on beat 2535.

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26 Jan 2019
26 Jan 19-Business Alert - 25th District -Commercial Burglaries P19-N-026(CA)NP

This alert gives notice to the residents of the 25th District (Grand Central) of recent commercial burglaries that have targeted cell phone stores. In these incidents, the offender broke the glass of a front door and made entry into the business. The offender proceeded to remove merchandise from the business and fled the scene.

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26 Jan 2019
26 Jan 19 - CPD Business Alert - Retail Store Burglaries 6th District (Gresham) & 22nd District (Morgan Park) p19-02-009CA NP

This alert gives notice to recent retail/convenience store burglaries in the Auburn Gresham & Morgan Park neighborhoods on beats 624, 631, 632, 633 and 2223.  In most of these incidents, the offender(s) gained access to the businesses through the rear door by using a crowbar and then stole property from within.  In several incidents, ATMs were taken and other merchandise.

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25 Jan 2019
25 Jan 19-Community Alert - 20th District -Residential Burglaries 20th District P19-N-025(CA)NP

This alert gives notice to recent Residential Burglaries that have occurred within the boundaries of the 20th District (Lincoln). These burglaries have occurred within a couple blocks of each other. In these burglaries, the offenders gained entry into the residence by portraying themselves as repairmen. Once inside the residence, the offender(s) then lured the victim into another room or outside, distracted the victim, while another offender stole personal property.

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