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CITY CRIME LOGS: Jan. 20 to Jan. 26

The following crime reports were taken from the Allston- Brighton D-14 crime logs from Jan. 20 to Jan. 26

Suspect breaks in through kitchen door, steals items

On Jan. 20 around 5:27 p.m., officers were called to 89 Chester St. for another breaking and entering report. According to the victims, unknown persons might have entered the apartment through the kitchen side door on Jan. 18. Jewelry, laptops, gift cards, a checkbook, U.S. currency and Taiwan currency were stolen.

Electronics and other items stolen from apartment 

At 8:36 p.m. on Jan. 20, officers received a call to 116 Tremont St. for a report of breaking and entering. Unknown persons had entered the victim’s apartment through a patio door. The victim reported two MacBooks, two iPads, jewelry, clothing and suitcases stolen.

Damage done to restaurant property

Around 11:06 a.m. on Jan. 23, officers were called to Fin’s Restaurant at 354 Chestnut Hill Avenue for an attempted breaking and entering. According to the victim, unknown persons damaged the restaurant doors and ripped out the outdoor speaker wires. The suspect did not end up entering, however.

Contents of packages stolen

Officers responded to a call reporting stolen property around 7:37 p.m. on Thursday. The witness said she noticed three USPS boxes, two of which were opened with the contents taken at 26 Waverly St. She also noticed a man leave the laundry room holding something. The owners listed on the packages were notified.

Drunken female claims to have a gun

Officers were called to 252 Western Ave. for a reported assault by a dangerous weapon around 10:41 p.m. on Friday. According to a victim, a female suspect claiming to be a “cop” reached into her coat and said she had a “gun.” No firearm was displayed. After the bartender refused to serve the female and male suspects, the female suspect became angry, started to yell and threw a beer bottle at the victim before leaving the bar.

Oil stolen from pipes

Officers received a report on Saturday about 8:00 p.m. from a victim who had bought a house at 39 Surrey St. On Jan. 20 the victim had checked the oil and the tank was three-fourths full. When the victim returned to the house on Friday, the pipes were frozen. The victim said unknown people must have taken oil, causing the pipes to freeze.

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