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Hillsboro Tribune Police Log: Oct. 2-8, 2016

Editor's Note: The Tribune's police log is written each week by the Hillsboro Police Department.

Saturday, Oct. 8

• A counterfeit $20 bill was used at Dutch Bros. coffee stand, 2091 S.E. Tualatin Valley Highway.

• Two women stole merchandise from a store at The Streets of Tanasbourne, 19350 N.W. Emma Way, then drove off in an SUV before police arrived.

Friday, Oct. 7

• A car traveling in the 1200 block of East Main Street crashed into the side of an apartment building, then drove away without remaining at the scene.

• A Honda Civic was stolen from a parking lot in the 18700 block of Northwest Walker Road.

Thursday, Oct. 6

• A woman stole items from Kohl's, 7360 N.E. Butler St., then drove off in a red SUV before police could respond.

• A man and woman stole several items from Victoria's Secret lingerie shop, 2155 N.W. Allie Ave.

Wednesday, Oct. 5

• Someone broke the locks of two buildings in the 1000 block of West Main Street, but property owners couldn't be sure whether or not anything was stolen.

• Graffiti was spray painted on a business in the 400 block of Southeast Second Avenue.

Tuesday, Oct. 4

• An SUV driving near Northwest Cornell and Cornelius Pass roads sideswiped another vehicle in a construction area, then sped away.

• A car window was broken overnight in the 2200 block of Northwest Redelfs Way.

Monday, Oct. 3

• Someone broke a car window in the 1800 block of Southeast Oak St, then rummaged through the car.

• Police said that someone tried to burn off the hinges on a Dumpster in the 1700 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway. According to police, the burning was an attempt to enter the receptacle.

Sunday, Oct. 2

• Two women and a man fled an International House of Pancakes restaurant at 849 N.E. 25th Ave., without paying their $52 bill. The trio fled in a black Chrysler 300 sedan.

• The front gate outside Camping World of Hillsboro, 6503 S.E. Alexander St., was damaged in an apparent attempt to break into the property.

Read last week's Hillsboro Tribune police log here