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Date of Issue: November 11, 2009

Streetlife

Anna Maria

Oct. 26, 100 block of South Bay Boulevard, complainant was fishing off the city pier and placed his wallet in his fish bucket. When he went to leave he couldn’t find his wallet. He said a teenager was fishing near him. There were several credit cards, a Massachusetts driver’s license and $100 in his wallet.

Bradenton Beach

No new reports.

Holmes Beach

Oct. 24, 400 block of 63rd Street, complainant stated that between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. burglars stole two of her bicycles from the porch of her residence. The complainant described the bicycles as a white Hampton Beach cruiser with a pink basket and a man’s black beach cruiser. The complainant said both bicycles were left unsecured at the residence.

Oct. 24, 4000 block of Gulf Drive, officers responded to a vehicle burglary. Complainant said someone entered her 1996 Cadillac and took a Garmin Magellan GPS unit valued at $200 and $20 from the console. The vehicle was dusted for fingerprints and two print cards were obtained.

Oct. 24, 4200 block of Gulf Drive, complainants reported theft of two bicycles, stating that during the night burglars entered the common garage area at their residence and took three bicycles. One bicycle was recovered in the ditch in front of the residence. One bike was valued at $100 and another at $20.

Oct. 24, 5800 block of Gulf Drive, complainants stated that someone took a Graco five-gallon paint sprayer valued at $600 from the rear of his pickup truck. An officer obtained four latent fingerprint cards from inside of a partly open window.

Oct. 26, 500 block of 68th Street, complainant came to the Holmes Beach Police Department reporting a burglary to her vehicle. The incident occurred overnight from Oct. 10 to Oct. 11 while her vehicle was parked and unlocked. Burglars took cash from the center console. A red purse was placed into evidence for potential fingerprinting.

Oct. 28, Manatee Public Beach, the complainant said he went for a swim and when he returned to his belongings on the beach he discovered his keys were missing. He returned to his vehicle, found it still locked, called a locksmith, and eventually found his wallet was missing. The vehicle was processed for fingerprints.

Oct. 28, 3000 block of Gulf Drive, officers were called to Mike Norman Realty where the complainant said she arrived to work in the morning and noticed the wood fish that hung beneath the outdoor sign was missing. The fish was valued at $250.

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