The following crime reports were taken from the Allston- Brighton D-14 crime logs from March 19 to March 25.
Suspect breaks in through front door
On Wednesday at 6:40 p.m., officers received a call to 270 North Beacon St. for a breaking and entering. The victim stated that an unknown person entered her apartment through the front door while she was at work. An iPad, Macbook Pro and sunglasses were taken.
Victims attacked by group
Officers arrived at the intersection of Faneuil Street and Washington Street at 12:20 a.m. on Thursday for a reported assault. The victims said they were walking on Washington Street when three males approached them. The two groups exchanged brief interactions before the situation became violent. One of the victims was struck and kicked by one of the suspects while the other suspects attacked the second victim. All three suspects fled the area. Both victims were transported to St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center for treatment.
Suspect damages window to gain entry
On Thursday at about 11:17 a.m., officers were called to 85 Strathmore Rd. for a breaking and entering. The maintenance supervisor found the first floor window open. Upon further inspection, the supervisor discovered the front door unlocked and the apartment in shambles. The apartment was monitored until the tenants came home. The victims believe the suspect tampered with the window and exited through the front door. Jewelry, money, a wallet and personal papers were reported missing.
Victim encounters suspect in apartment
Police arrived at 51 Gardner St. on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. for a breaking and entering. Upon hearing the front door close, the victim went to the kitchen, expecting to see her roommate, but instead, she encountered the suspect. The victim stated that they “made eye contact” before the suspect left through the back door. Officers recorded a description of the suspect and searched the area for him. A wallet, money and personal papers were stolen.
Pizza delivery man assaulted and chased by suspects
On Saturday at 2:33 a.m., a victim approached officers on patrol about an assault. The victim had been delivering a pizza to 80 Linden St. when five males attacked him. One suspect approached the victim and said, “give me all your money.” The suspect punched the victim in the face when he refused. As the victim ran, the group chased him to Brighton Avenue and Linden Street. The victim had several cuts and a bloody lip but declined to go to the hospital.