Hillsboro Tribune Police Log: Sept. 18-24
Editor's Note: The Tribune's weekly police log is written each week by the Hillsboro Police Department
Sunday, Sept. 24
Someone slashed a cars tires outside Fred Meyer, 6495 S.E. Tualatin Valley Highway.
A burglar broke into a vacant building in the 19500 block of Northwest Gibbs Drive and caused damage.
Saturday, Sept. 23
A cellphone was stolen from an unlocked car parked outside Winco Foods, 1500 S.W. Oak St.
Someone crashed their vehicle into a parked car outside an apartment in the 800 block of Southeast 10th Avenue, then sped off.
Friday, Sept. 22
Someone broke into an apartment in the 2000 block of Northwest Thorncroft Drive and stole a cellphone.
A man broke a sliding glass door at Best Buy, 18085 N.W. Evergreen Parkway, while running out of the store. The man had stolen ink cartridges and was attempting to flee the scene, police said.
Thursday, Sept. 21
A woman drove off after stealing $500 in shoes from DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, 2453 N.W. 185th Ave.
A man at a restaurant in the 6400 block of Northeast Cherry Drive left a tablet computer at his table for a few moments. When he returned, the tablet had been stolen.
Wednesday, Sept. 20
Someone opened a credit account under the name of a victim in the 5600 block of Northwest Century Boulevard.
A blue and white 1995 Palomino tent trailer was stolen from outside a home in the 5000 block of Southeast Davis Street.
Tuesday, Sept. 19
A pickup truck was stolen from a home in the 100 block of Northeast Angela Street.
Several items were stolen from a construction site in the 1600 block of Northwest Amberglen Parkway.
Monday, Sept. 18
Someone stole a toolbox out of a truck in the 1900 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway.
A car in crashed into a parked trailer in the 400 block of Southeast 18th Avenue, then sped away.