Teens steal construction cones and more in this week’s Crime Files

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Check out some of the latest police reports in this week’s Crime Files:

Stolen phone and wallet from unlocked car at Borden Park

On Tuesday, July 2, Rochester Hills Police received a report of a stolen iPhone and wallet items from a visitor to Borden Park. The man told officers that he and his family went to the park to play volleyball. He parked his car closest to the soccer fields at the park and left his iPhone and wallet in the center counsel, the car was unlocked. When he returned a couple hours later, the man noticed his phone and several wallet items like gift cards and cash were missing. He reported that he did not see anyone near his car while playing volleyball and there are no suspects at this time.

BMX bike taken from condo complex

On Sunday, June 30, Rochester Hills Police investigated a report of a missing mountain bike at a Willow Grove Court residence. The resident told police that her son’s BMX bike was parked in the courtyard of their condo complex Friday evening. When the woman’s son went to ride his bike Saturday, the bike was missing. Officers gathered information about the bike but there are no suspects at this time.

Teen steals construction cones

On Saturday, June 29, Rochester Hills Police received a report of a teenage boy stealing traffic cones near Firewood Drive and Stonetree Circle. The caller told officers that he saw a grey Volkswagen parked on the shoulder of Firewood Drive when a teen boy picked up traffic cones and tossed them into his car. There were passengers with him, but it is uncertain how many cones were taken. The caller told police he followed the car to a nearby shopping center and called when he returned home. Officers were unable to locate the car and did not find anyone at the residence to which the car is registered. There is no further information at this time.






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Veggie lover and aspiring word chef, reporter Jen Bucciarelli covers all things health and medicine for Rochester Media and The Community Edge. She is always on the hunt for local experts who can help improve the lives of our readers. Send her a note at JenBucciarelli@gmail.com.

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