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    Security Update December 19, 2016

    Tuesday December 13, 2016 @1AM
    From Crimereports.com

    Theft reported on 200block of Parkside Avenue (between Jewett and Russell). No additional details are available.

    Wednesday December 14, 2016 @1AM
    From Crimereports.com

    Theft reported on the 1block of Parkside Avenue (between Robie and Florence). No additional details are available. 

    Saturday December 17, 2016 @9AM
    From Crimereports.com

    Theft reported on the 2500block of Main (between Fairfield and Rodney). No additional details are available.

    Lost: Cell Phone

    Blue Android cell phone was lost somewhere between Sisters Hospital and Woodward around December 12-13.

    Found items may be turn into the PCA office at 2318 Main Street or D-district police office, 669 Hertel Ave, Buffalo, NY 14207.


     Stolen Deliveries

    The PCA office has received many reports of stolen packages over the past few weeks, neighborhood wide. Here are some tips to keep your packages from walking off. To read more about these tips and others, click HERE:

    1. Pick it up at your local post office.
    2. Keep a camera pointed at your porch. 
    3. Use signature confirmation.
    4. Leave delivery instructions. 
    5. Deliver to your workplace. 

    If you have a package stolen, we strongly urge you to call D-District to report it: 716-851-4413. Reports help Parkside to obtain increased police patrols. 


    Winter Driving Tips

    Winter weather has begun. These tips are not all encompassing but serve as a reminder for some of the safe practices of operating a motor vehicle in snow and slick road conditions.


     

    Additionally, Winter Walking and Cycling Safety Tips


     

     

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