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Stolen Bikes, Stolen Pipe And Camping with Gypsies

The following information was taken from the Walnut Creek Police Log and rewritten by Walnut Creek Patch

Wednesday, Feb. 27

3:28 p.m.: A neighbor reported a foul smell was coming from a house on Winton Drive, where mail was also piling up. Police contacted the sister of the home's lone occupant. She said he was "car camping with his Gypsy friends" and she will advise police when he returns home.

4:22 p.m.: The owner of a white Navigator reported a wallet, credit cards and driver's license had been stolen from the vehicle within the past hour. The vehicle had been parked on Mt. Diablo Boulevard.

Thursday, Feb. 28

8:33 a.m: An employee at a bicycle shop on Lincoln Avenue reported a bike had been stolen. The employee said the store manager has video of the suspect entering the store, cutting the lock and taking the black Trek mountain bike.

3:53 p.m.: A 40-foot piece of copper pipe was reported stolen from a parking garage on Ygnacio Valley Road. The theft occurred overnight.

7:32 p.m.: Two 19-year-old women were arrested on burglary charges. They're accused of taking items from a store on South Broadway. No other information was available.

7:52 p.m.: A backpack, a laptop computer and other electronics were taken from two cars in a parking lot on North Main Street. The windows were smashed on both vehicles.

Friday, March 1

7:38 a.m.: A bicycle was reported stolen overnight from the garage of a home on Citrus Avenue. There was no forced entry. The bike is a blue men's Scatante 10-speed.

5:16 p.m.: A golf cart charger was reported stolen from a carport area on Horseman's Canyon Drive. The charger is valued at $800.

Patricia A Dickson March 05, 2013 at 04:44 PM
Must be a FINE charger for $800. Hate to see this value in print because it furthers theft. Couldn't find one this expensive on line anywhere, so you thieves, don't start snatching chargers. They are not going to be worth the price you see above.

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