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OREGON - Unknown suspects entered an apartment in the 1100 block of S. Wheeling St. on Nov. 20 and stole two TV’s and a laptop while the victim was hospitalized.

• Unknown suspect hacked into a Meijer account and made two unauthorized purchases in the 2400 block of Pickle Rd. on Nov. 24.

• Victim believes someone used same frequency as her key to enter her vehicle and take title, in the 100 block of Ponderosa Dr. on Nov. 23.

• A girl’s Huffy mountain bike was found at Fassett School, 3025 Starr Ave., on Nov. 25.

• Victim kicked suspects out of an apartment for smoking pot and making noise, then saw $100 missing, in the 1100 block of S. Wheeling St., on Nov. 24.

• Someone entered a pole barn in the 3200 block of Pickle Rd. on Nov. 21 and took various hand tools.

• Someone entered an apartment through an unlocked door in the 600 block of Hermitage Ct. on Nov. 27 and took a TV and laptop computer.

• Someone took an X-Box controller and charging unit from a house in the 100 block of N. Fargo St. on Oct. 25.

• Someone broke a window to gain entry in the 1800 block of Woodville Rd., and took a flat screen TV on Oct. 25.

• Someone took money from a cash drawer at First Federal Bank, 3426 Navarre Ave., on Sept. 1; later made restitution.

• Someone stole golf clubs from an unsecured vehicle in the 3200 block of Yorktown Dr. on Nov. 26.

• Two unknown suspects entered Walmart, 3721 Navarre Ave., on two dates and stole 13 cell phones and three packages of razors, on Nov. 23.

• Unknown suspects removed five catalytic converters from five vehicles in City Wide Auto, 2251 Woodville Rd., on Nov. 26.

• Someone entered an unlocked home in the 300 block of Eastwood Ave., and broke windows and put holes in the walls, on Nov. 17.

• A hospital in California is trying to collect a debt that the victim, from the 600 block of Holly Dr., does not owe, on March 4.



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