Crime log for this week
- Beaverton Valley Times - News
• A thief shattered a $200 window of a GMC Denali parked Monday at Edge Fitness in the 16000 block of Northwest Twin Oaks Drive and snatched a $700 Louie Vuitton purse containing a driver's license, social security card, three credit cards, $2 in cash, an insurance card and $200 worth of prescription medication.
• A 6-foot-tall Caucasian man reportedly stole six bottles of wine and $10 worth of toilet paper Sunday night from Safeway in the 6000 block of Southwest Murray Boulevard. The wine was valued at $120.
• A vandal tagged a storage unit with graffiti Saturday behind Portland Music Co. in the 10000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway. The vandal used red spray paint to tag a curse word and series of letters and numbers across 20 feet of the wall. The tag was about 8 feet in height.
• A thief stripped a 2000 Acura Integra of its$500 steering column, $500 steering wheel and airbag, $350 gear shift and $200 stereo while it was parked Friday and Saturday in the 15000 block of Southwest Peridot Way. The thief caused $1,000 worth of damage to vehicle in the process. The thief also stole a laptop computer and insurance papers from the vehicle.
• A vandal cut the right part of the front license plate off a 1977 Chevrolet pickup parked Friday and Saturday in the 11000 block of Southwest Blakeney Street.
• A vandal threw a baseball-size rock at a Bally Total Fitness window Friday night in the 10000 block of Southwest Barnes Road, causing $700 worth of damage.
• A thief cut open a $1,000 Harley saddle bag of a motorcycle parked Friday night in the 12000 block of Southwest Beaverdam Road and stole an $80 hunting knife, $180 snow jacket and $20 DC baseball cap.
• A thief stole an $80 red bike from a backyard of a home Dec. 1 in the 2000 block of Southwest Merlo Court.
• A thief smashed a window of an Infiniti G35 parked Nov. 30 in the 2000 block of Southwest Hocken Avenue and stole a $150 briefcase, $499 iPad II, $1,695 laptop computer, $200 camera, $150 iPod and $94 cellphone.
• A thief shattered a $150 window of a Honda Odyssey parked Nov. 30 at 24-Hour Fitness in the 1000 block of Northwest Waterhouse Avenue and stole a $70 purse, $40 wallet, $30 umbrella, $50 MP3 player, $20 pair of headphones, $300 digital camera, seven gift cards, head set, $200 pair of prescription sunglasses, a spiral notebook, nine credit cards, $100 in cash, $50 in makeup and a checkbook. The thief used some of the stolen credit cards to purchase $70.50 in gas from a Chevron, $92 in TriMet tickets, $3.60 to rent movies from a RedBox and $23.50 worth of more TriMet tickets. Another card was also used to make a purchase from a Northeast Portland Shell station.
• A thief entered a Jeep Cherokee parked Nov. 30 at the Glenbrook Apartments in the 11000 block of Southwest Windmill Drive and stole a $200 iPod.
• A thief smashed a $200 window of a Mazda Protégé parked Nov. 29 at the Cedar Hills Crossing in the 3000 block of Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard and stole its $175 navigation system.
• A vandal attempted to force open 10 mailboxes at the Autumn Park Apartments either Nov. 29 or 30 in the 6000 block of Southwest 124th Avenue. The vandal used a screwdriver or other tool to cause about $150 worth of damage. No mail was reported missing.
• A thief damaged a $100 door lock of a Honda Accord parked Nov. 29 in the 13000 block of Southwest Bonnie Brae Street and stole its $100 stereo.
• A thief entered a Ford Aerostar parked Nov. 29 in the 5000 block of Southwest Menlo Drive and stole a stereo and $70 case of CDs.
• A vandal shattered a window of an Acura MDX parked Nov. 29 at Valley Lanes in the 9000 block of Southwest Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway.
• A thief entered an unlocked Ford Expedition parked Nov. 28 and 29 in the 7000 block of Southwest Canyon Lane and stole its $300 stereo and navigation system, causing $200 worth of damage to the dashboard in the process.
• A burglar shattered a $500 window either Nov. 27 or 28 at Stark's Vacuum in the 12000 block of Southwest Canyon Road, but failed to gain access to the business through the double-paned window.