MAMARONECK, N.Y. -- A Vine Road resident, 50, reported three round copper pipes worth $350 and one sheet of copper worth $150 stolen from outside her home Sept. 21. She was having renovations done to her home. The materials were reported stolen sometime between Sept. 20 at 3:30 p.m. and Sept. 21 at 8:30 a.m. The following items were also reported in the Town of Mamaroneck Police blotter from Sept. 19 to Sept. 28.
Identity Theft: A Palmer Avenue resident, 53, reported an unknown suspect made $4,400 worth of purchases on their credit card between Sept. 10 and Sept. 21. The Mamaroneck resident was alerted by Chase Visa, and then reported the first-degree identity theft.
Harassment: A family dispute turned physical in a Richbell Road apartment Sept. 25, causing damage to a laptop worth $1,500, a cell phone worth $300 and a window pane worth $100. No charges have been pressed and the issue is being handled in family court.
Petit Larceny : A drum bell kit worth $150 was reported stolen from Central School sometime over the summer. An employee reported the theft could have taken place from June 1 to Sept. 8, the first full-day of school.
Criminal Mischief: A Washington Square resident reported Sept. 28 her car was damaged while parked and unoccupied overnight in lot three on Myrtle Boulevard. The front passenger door was damaged, according to the report. Identity Theft : A Glen Eagles resident reported Sept. 21 someone charged $192 to her Discover Card. The Mamaroneck woman was notified by the credit card company and reported the third-degree identity theft to the police.
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