CRIME WATCH

Posted on 21 March 2013 by LeslieM

DEERFIELD BEACH

March 15 A man reported his car stolen from 1110 S. Military Trail.

March 15 A woman reported that her husband was kidnapped from 900 NE 48 St., Lot 63. She saw him driving a vehicle with another man in the vehicle. She called him on his cell phone. He answered and said that the man next to him had a gun and that he was the victim of a carjacking.

March 16 A home at 4329 NW 3 Ave. was broken into and two laptops, an iPhone, three watches, a camera, camera earphones, $500 in cash, and a box of quarters valued at about $400 was stolen. Total loss was estimated at $3,245.

March 16 A woman reported her home at 4331 NW 3 Terr. broken into and ransacked. She said a laptop and a camera were stolen.

March 17 A man was arrested at 417 NE 1 Ave. on an active violation of probation warrant for delivering cocaine.

March 17 A man reported his utility trailer stolen from 1601 SW 11 Way.

March 17 A woman parked her car at Target at 1200 S. Federal Hwy. When she exited, a man knocked her down, stole her purse and fled in a gray-colored vehicle being driven by a woman.

 

DEERFIELD – District 4

March 9 Burglary was reported at 1520 S. Powerline Rd. at 4:09 p.m. A business vehicle, 2012 Ford van, was parked at the rear of the location overnight. An An unknown suspect gained entry and unlocked the rear cargo door. Once inside, the suspect removed a spare tire from the cargo area. Estimated loss was $200.

March 11 Conveyance burglary was reported at Radio Shack, 3760 W. Hillsboro Blvd. Victim stated that approximately 7:30 p.m., two unknown females entered the store and remove a power adapter.

 

LIGHTHOUSE POINT

March 11 A man reported a burglary on his boat at 2530 NE 31 Court. A Garmin GPS valued at $5,500 was stolen.

March 11 A boat burglary was reported at 2520 NE 31 Court. Two Garmin GPS units were stolen. The owner estimated the loss at $14,000.

March 11 A man doing work on a home at 2611 NE 18 Terr. reported sod stolen. He estimated the loss at $150. Remember if you see anything suspicious, call 911 immediately.

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