Paradise Valley police reports published Aug. 26

TPV Police photoThe following was provided by the Paradise Valley Police Department and published Wednesday, Aug. 26 in the Town of Paradise Valley Independent.

VEHICLE BURGLARY
A vehicle burglary was reported to have occurred Aug. 14 at the 4600 block of E. Pebble Ridge Road. The owner of the car stated he had parked his car fronting his home the night before, but had left it unsecured. In the morning while running errands, he noticed items had been stolen from his car. A credit card that had been stolen was used at various locations in Phoenix. Detectives are following up at the different commercial establishments where the card was used for videos of the suspect(s).

THEFT
A resident came into the police department Aug. 14 to report a theft of jewelry that belongs to her elderly mother. Per the complainant, she said a ring and necklace that belongs to her mother are missing and that she suspects it may have been stolen where she goes to get her nails done, or a senior care company that watches her mother during the day.

THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE
An officer was dispatched Aug. 14 to the Doubletree Resort on a stolen vehicle complaint. The owner of the car told the officer he had parked his vehicle in the parking lot while he attended a conference at the resort. When the conference broke for lunch, he returned to where he had parked his car and discovered it had been stolen.

THEFT
A resident called police Aug. 14 to report a theft at his residence located at the 5700 block of Joshua Tree Lane. The homeowner told the officer he collects comic books and that one of his rare comic books was missing. He continued to say he believes that it is a family member who may have stolen the book. He also said the location of the comic book was known by only the other family member.

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