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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.

Read the previous Hillsboro Tribune police log here