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Dedham Police Logs: Shoplifting, Stolen Tires and More

The following information was provided by the Dedham Police Department. Where arrests are mentioned, they do not indicate conviction.

Thursday, Oct. 4

(6:36 p.m.) There was a report on Providence Highway that tires were stolen from one of the owner's new vehicles overnight.  According to police reports, the tires were stolen from a new Volvo XC60, parked in the back lot.  The vehicle was propped up on milk crates when the owners discovered it.  Police are still investigating the incident.

(8:57 p.m.) Police responded to a parking lot where a vehicle was broken into.  According to police reports, the front driver's side window was smashed and a pocket book was taken.  The owner told police that she left her pocketbook on the floor of the vehicle and was only gone for an hour.  The police informed the owner to contact them if the credit cards are used.

Friday, Oct. 5

(3:42 p.m.) A car was broken into at the Dedham Mall.  According to police reports, the vehicle was parked on the side of the building close to Incinerator Rd.  The passenger side front window was smashed and the owner's iPod Touch was taken.

(6:35 p.m.) According to police reports, there was a reported shoplifting incident on Providence Highway.  The caller who made the report stated that three black females and a child left the store when the sensor alarm sounded.  When they tried to stop them, they continued to their vehicle and left the scene.  According to reports, the women left in a black Toyota Corolla.  The store employees were unable  to determine what was taken.  The police informed the store that if the parties returned then they can issue a verbal trespass notice, at the request of store management.

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