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    Security Update December 12, 2016

    Monday December 5, 2016 @10AM

    Robbery reported on Main Street at Vernon. No additional details are available.

    Tuesday December 6, 2016 @12PM

    Theft reported on the 100block of Jewett Parkway (between Parkside and Woodward). No additional details are available. 

    Tuesday December 6, 2016 @4AM

    Theft reported on the 2100block of Main (between Humboldt and Robie). No additional details are available.

    WednesdayDecember 7, 2016 @12PM

    Theft reported on the 2200block of Main (between Robie and Florence). No additional details are available.

    Thursday December 8, 2016 @6AM

    Theft reported on the 500block of Crescent Avenue (Between Woodward and Summit). No additional details are available.

    Between Wednesday December 7 and Friday December 9, 2016
    From the Buffalo News

    "A resident reported burglars stole about $3,000 worth of electronics and other items from a home on the 100 block of Parkside Avenue this week, Buffalo Police said.

    The resident said the house was burglarized sometime between Wednesday night and Friday morning. An air conditioning unit was removed from a rear window, allowing the thieves to enter the house.

    Police said the following items were reported stolen: a home radio/clock, an iPod, two Apple TV units, two laptops, two watches, a 42-inch flat screen TV, an Xbox, an iPhone 4, an Amazon Fire Stick, a Tommy Hilfiger bag and a Michael Kors bag."

    Sunday December 11, 2016 @6:30PM
    Reported by a resident

    "Car on its side on Main at Greenfield (the bridge over the train tracks)."

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