Montclair Crime: Theft of Money From Collection Plate at Immaculate Conception

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The week in Montclair crime from D/Lt. David O’Dowd, Montclair Police Department:


Burglary/Theft

01-16-2018 (Claremont Place) Theft of a backpack from a motor vehicle. The passenger side window was smashed in order to gain access.

01-16-2018 (Orchard Court) An unlocked vehicle was entered, but nothing reported taken.

01-16-2018 (Glenridge Avenue) An unlocked vehicle was entered, but nothing reported taken.

01-16-2018 (Orchard Court) An unlocked vehicle was entered. A wallet was taken in this incident.

01-17-2018 (Forest Street) Two unlocked vehicles were entered but nothing was reported missing.

01-17-2018 (North Willow Street) Loose change was taken from a parked vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry.

01-17-2018 (Lincoln Street) Theft of a white 2014 Ford F150, 4-door, STX pickup truck

01-18-2018 (Wheeler Street) Theft from an unlocked motor vehicle. Loose cash was taken in this incident.

01-18-2018 (Pine Street) Theft of a bicycle from the common area of an apartment building.

01-19-2018 (Claremont Avenue) Theft of cash from an unlocked vehicle.

01-19-2018 (Madison Avenue) Theft of loose change from an unlocked motor vehicle.

01-20-2018 (Hartley Street) Theft of a wallet from a parked vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry.

01-21-2018 (Elizabeth Road) Theft of cash from a parked vehicle. There was no sign of forced entry.

01-21-2018 (Immaculate Church, North Fullerton) a suspect described as a heavy-set African-American male, approximately 5’2″ in height with a goatee, entered the church and stole the collection money from the days services. 

01-21-2018 (Inwood Avenue) Theft of a laptop computer from an unlocked motor vehicle.

Arrest

01-19-2018 (Greenwood Avenue) An 18-year-old male from Montclair, was arrested on an open warrant out of Jersey City ($5000)

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