CITY CRIME LOGS: Jan. 13 to Jan. 19

The following crime reports were taken from the Allston-Brighton D-14 crime logs from Jan. 13 to Jan. 19

Computer and iPhone stolen from home

At 7:23 p.m. on Jan. 14, officers were called to 10 Radcliff Rd. for a reported breaking and entering. The victim said she came home to find her front door dead bolted. She decided to go around back and enter through the rear door. When she went inside, she found that her apartment had been broken into through the kitchen window. According to the victim, both her computer and her iPhone were stolen.

Suspect breaks in through back door, technology products stolen

Also on Jan. 14, around 9:10 p.m., police officers received a radio call to 250 Allston St. for another breaking and entering report. This time, the victim stated the rear slider door may have been left unsecured and is probably how the suspect entered. His laptop, speakers and Kindle were all stolen.

Suspect looses cool and throws hot coffee

On Jan. 15 around 11:14 a.m., officers were flagged down at 602 Washington St., at the Sunoco Gas Station. The Victim stated he was parked at the gas station when the suspect approached the victim and yelled, “You just cut me off!” The suspect continued to threaten the victim and members of his family. The suspect then threw a cup of coffee inside the victim’s car and fled.

Masked and armed attempted robbery 

Officers received a radio call to 33 Rogers Park Ave. for a robbery in progress at around 7:56 p.m. Jan. 15. When the police arrived, the victims reported that while they were walking through Rogers Park, two unknown males in all black and with masks approached them and screamed, “Give me your money!” The men produced a firearm and screamed again, “Give me your money!” The two victims fled from the park without having anything stolen.

Suspect Steals Boots from UPS Package

On Friday around 8:47 p.m., officers received a call to 1135 Commonwealth Ave. for a larceny report. The victim had gone to pick up a package she had delivered by UPS that day, but instead found that an unknown suspect had cut open the box and removed the Steve Madden boots she had ordered.

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