FREMONT – Local police took theft complaints all day long on Thursday as a string of vehicle and business invasions took place throughout the city.
The first complaint was made around 7AM on Thursday when police responded to an adddress in the 1000 block of Ohio Street in Fremont’s Washington Heights neighborhood. The complainant said that her vehicle was parked in front of her residence overnight when an unknown person or persons entered the vehicle and took property including the ignition key to the car, various tools and a headset. The total value of the stolen property in this incident is approximately $300.00.
Then just before 9AM, police were called to a business in the 1800 block of east Military avenue to investigate a burglary at one of the stores in that retail plaza. An unknown person entered the victimized business by forcibly opening a rear door, subsequently stealing cash and two computer bags. The total value of the stolen property from this business is estimated at around $400.00.
Around 3:30PM, police were called back to the Washington Heights neighborhood to investigate another theft complaint, just blocks away from the first, in the 2600 block of Oregon Avenue. The complainant in this incident said that her vehicle was parked and unlocked in front of her residence and someone entered the vehicle and took an ignition key to the car as well as some loose change. Estimated loss of the stolen property is $100.00.
If you have any information about these incidents, please contact Fremont Crimestoppers at (402) 727-4002 or give your tip online at P3Tips.com.