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Montclair Police Blotter: Thai Chef Burglarized, Four iPhones Stolen and More


MONTCLAIR, NJ -  The following police blotter was compiled by the Montclair Police Department on June 12, 2018:


06-05-2018 (Union Street) Burglary to an apartment.  Cash was taken in this incident.  Access was gained through an unlocked rear door.  

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06-05-2018 (Union Street) Theft of a scooter from the rear yard of a residence.

06-05-2018 (Elm Street) Theft of a food delivery vehicle which had been left running and unattended.  The vehicle, a 2013 white Hyundai Sonata, was last seen heading southbound on Elm Street.  

06-06-2018 (Union Street) An unlocked vehicle was entered and personal documents taken.  

06-07-2018 (Union Street) Theft of a purse from an unlocked motor vehicle. 

06-07-2018 (Fernwood Avenue) Theft of an Infinity QX50 from a residential driveway.  

06-07-2018 (Fernwood Avenue) Theft of a wallet from an unlocked motor vehicle.  

06-07-2018 (Inwood Terrace) Two unlocked vehicles were entered and loose change taken.  

06-07-2018 (Melrose Place) Burglary to a private residence.  Cash was taken in this incident.  No signs of forced entry.  

06-07-2018 (Thai Chef, Bloomfield Avenue) Burglary to a commercial establishment.  Access was gained through a rear entrance.  Approximately $200 cash and a portable speaker were taken in this incident.  

06-08-2018 (Maple Avenue) Theft of four apple cellular telephones from an unlocked motor vehicle.  

06-08-2018 (Union Street) Theft of a 2010 Black Audi A4 from the street in front of a residence.  This vehicle had been left running.  

06-09-2018 (Lexington Avenue) Theft of a blue 2002 Ford Econoline Van from a residential driveway.  

06-09-2018 (Willowdale Avenue) Burglary to a residence which is currently under construction.  Power tools were taken in this incident.  

06-09-2018 (Park Street) Burglary to a residence.  Access was gained through a rear window.  It has not yet been determined if anything is missing in this incident.  

06-10-2018 (Beyond Pita, Church Street) Attempted burglary to a commercial establishment.  There were signs of attempted forced entry discovered, however access was not gained to the structure.  

06-11-2018 (Upper Mountain Avenue) Theft of a bicycle from the rear yard of a residence.  



06-06-2018 (Elm Street) Vandalism to a residence.  The front entryway door appeared to have been kicked, shattering the glass.  


Editor's Note: This article relies on information provided by law enforcement officials and the subjects are presumed innocent. If notified of changes to the charges or their outcome, TAPinto.net will update this report.

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