Shoplifting Tops Most Recent Manchester Crimes

Walmart has had its share of shoplifting in this most recent edition of Manchester Police blotter.

The following information was supplied by the . It does not indicate a conviction where an arrest was made.

May 23: 200 block of Highlands Boulevard Drive

Stealing: One person was arrested after reported several bags of decorative beads, enegy drinks and make-up were stolen. The value of the stolen items is estimated at $143.

May 21: 200 block of Highlands Boulevard Drive

Stealing: An XBox 360 hard drive and Wii remote control were stolen from  Police said two people were taken into custody in connection to the crimes. The value of the stolen items is estimated at $169.

May 19: 800 block of Heron Woods Drive

Stealing: A resident told police that a camera worth $180 dollars was stolen from the backyard. The camera was reportedly placed on top of a pole on a privacy fence.

May 18: 200 block of Highlands Boulevard Drive

Stealing: A Walmart loss prevention officer contacted police to report a stolen tablet valued at $399. Police said a suspect was identified and is now considered "wanted" by police.

May 18: 200 block of Highlands Boulevard Drive

Stealing: Walmart staff contacted police to report a shoplifting suspect fleeing the store in his car. An officer spotted the reported vehicle, but was unable to stop it, however Walmart staff recovered a shopping cart with a television and sports merchandise in it. The items are valued at $1,270.

May 18: 800 block of Westbrooke Village

Stealing: A woman said her purse was stolen as she was loading items from her apartment to her car. She reportedly left her purse unattended during this process and discovered the next morning it was missing. The value of the stolen items is estimated at $193.

May 18: 14300 block of Manchester Road

Burglary: Police responded to a business burglar alarm and found two back doors had been damaged and opened. The business owner told police it appeared nothing had been stolen. A suspect has been identified and police plan to apply for warrants.

Anyone with information on these reports or any crimes is asked to contact the  at 636-527-9200.

*Please contact Local Editor Gabrielle Biondo with any questions regarding the above reports.


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