Hillsboro Tribune Police Log: Sept. 11-17, 2016
Editor's Note: The Tribune's weekly police log is written each week by the Hillsboro Police Department
Saturday, Sept. 17
Someone in the 500 block of Northwest Queens Court told police that their checking account had been accessed by someone overseas.
A driver in a van near South 1st Avenue and Southeast Walnut Street struck a stop sign, then fled the scene.
Friday, Sept. 16
Two purses and a wallet were stolen from a car int eh 800 block of Northeast 34th Avenue.
A bicycle left outside a store in the 2200 block of Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway was stolen. The bike was left unattended and not secured to a bike rack.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Graffiti was spray painted onto a TriMet overpass near Northeast Brookwood Parkway and Cornell Road.
A backpack was stolen from a sleeping man at the Willow Creek Max Station, 241 S.W. Edgeway Drive.
Wednesday, Sept. 14
A demo phone was stolen from the AT&T store at Tanasbourne Town Center, 2711 N.W. Town Center Drive.
Medication was stolen from a car parked outside Goodwill, 2920 S.E. Century Blvd.
Tuesday, Sept. 13
Someone in the 1100 block of Southeast Washington Street told police that their credit card information had been used without permission to make purchases.
A laptop computer was stolen from a parked car outside Safeway in the Sunset Esplanade, 2525 S.E. Tualatin Valley Highway.
Monday, Sept. 12
A stereo was stolen from a car in teh 400 block of Southeast 10th Avenue.
Someone opened a bank account using the identity of a victim in teh 1200 block of Northeast 11th Court.
Sunday, Sept. 11
A black moped was stolen from a home in teh 1700 block of Southeast 52nd Avenue.
A white SUV struck a parked car in the 2000 block of Southeast Currin Drive, then sped away.