The week in crime from Detective Lieutenant David O’Dowd, Montclair Police Department:.
01-29-2019 (Pine Street) Theft of delivered packages from the front vestibule of an apartment building. These packages contained clothing items.
01-29-2019 (Glenridge Avenue) A trailer at a construction site was entered. Numerous power tools were taken.
01-29-2019 (Park Street) An unknown male walked into a Park Street office building and removed an employee’s cell phone and purse.
01-31-2019 (South Park Street) A female left a South Park Street business without paying for services rendered. She was described as a black female, 60-70 years old, 5’05” tall, short grey hair.
01-31-2019 (Bloomfield Avenue) A 2019 Lexus RX was stolen from the parking lot of a Bloomfield Avenue business. The vehicle was left unattended and running. It was later recovered in Newark.
02-01-2019 (Bloomfield Avenue) A 2016 Ford Explorer was stolen from the parking lot of a Bloomfield Avenue business. The vehicle was unattended and left running. It was recovered in Newark.
02-02-2019 (Lackawanna Plaza) A trailer containing a 1977 Corvette was stolen from a Lackawanna Plaza parking lot. Surveillance video shows a white van back up to the trailer, attach it, and drive off towards Glenridge Avenue.
02-03/2019 (Valley Road) Two males stole approximately $250 worth of Norelco products from a Valley Road business. Suspect 1 is described as a 5’10”-6’0” tall black male in his early to mid 20’s wearing a red hooded sweatshirt, dark colored jacket, jeans, dark colored shoes, white headphones around his neck, and a black backpack with a silver stripe down the center.
Suspect 2 can be described as a 5’10”-6’0” black male with short facial hair, dark (possibly navy blue) puffy jacket, dark hood, wearing a dark colored head scarf, blue jeans and light colored sneakers.