The following crime reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton D-14 crime logs from Jan. 7 to Jan. 12
Bank robbery at Birmingham Parkway
On Jan. 7 at around 3:24 p.m., officers received a radio call to 30 Leo Birmingham Parkway for an armed robbery at the Santander Bank. The bank teller stated the suspect approached her counter and said, “Give me all your money, I am not playing games.” Then the suspect displayed a firearm from underneath his jacket and fled out the side door onto Waverly Street.
Suspect breaks air conditioner to rob apartment
At about 2:25 p.m. on Thursday, officers received a radio call to 10 Clevemont Ave. for a breaking and entering. The victim stated she went to an appointment and returned home to find that unknown persons had pushed in her air conditioner to gain entry to her apartment. The air conditioner fell into the apartment and caused the window to shatter. The victim’s nephew was home at the time and heard the air conditioner hit the floor and the window break. The suspect fled with no access gained.
XBOX and camera stolen from apartment
On Friday at around 5:37 p.m., officers received a radio call from 11 St. Lukes Road for breaking and entering. A man told officers an unknown person entered his apartment through his roommate’s bedroom window. A black Sony camera, black and white ski goggles, an XBOX and other electronic devices were stolen.
Suspect found in home stealing car and house keys
On Sunday at 1:35 p.m. a victim reported to D-14 that at 2:30 a.m. he heard someone walking around in his residence at 12 Sorrento Street. The victim said he initially thought it was one of his children going to the bathroom but the noise when on for a while so he exited his home office to check things out. The victim stated he saw an unknown male walking down his front stairs from his second floor. He called out to the suspect “hey” but he suspect continued through the kitchen and exited through the back door. At first, the victim did not notice anything missing at first but has since discovered both house and car keys missing as well as a cell phone.
Intoxicated male threatens victim for money
At around 10:02 p.m. on Sunday, officers received a radio call to M&M Food Mart located at 85 Glenville Ave. for a threat report. The victim stated the suspect entered the store and appeared intoxicated. The suspect wanted the victim to swipe his E.B.T. card and give him cash, but the victim explained he was not allowed to do that. The suspect became angry and said, “If I come back with a gun and put it on your head and say give me the money, you will say take the money,” while making a gesture with his hand in the shape of a gun.