Sheriff’s report: January

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Nov. 14 theft

Victim was dining at a restaurant in the middle of the Village. He arrived by bicycle and left his bicycle locked in a bike rack in front of the restaurant. Victim decided to leave his bike, a black Felt Verza, chained to the rack overnight. He returned at 8 a.m. the following morning to discover it was gone.

Nov. 16 theft

Victim reported that an unknown subject stole three kayaks from his property. The kayaks were all locked on a kayak rack. The lock was cut and left on the ground. A search failed to produce any surveillance footage. The case remains open.

Nov. 21 theft

Victim’s iPhone 13 was stolen from a bar. The phone later pinged from a nearby hotel. The victim checked with the desk clerk at the hotel, but was unable to locate the phone within the hotel. The value of the cell phone is $1,100.

Nov. 22 battery

Officer responded to a disturbance at a residence. Upon arrival, officer spoke with a couple on a date who indicated that the male’s ex-girlfriend pulled next to them on the side of the road, and they proceeded to get into a verbal altercation. The couple alleged that the ex-girlfriend then threw a cup filled with either water or soda, which struck the female.

Nov. 24 theft

Victim reported her silver Trek bike was stolen from an underground parking garage. The bicycle was locked and the lock had been cut.

Nov. 26 theft

Victim’s purple 2015 Trek mountain bike with 26-inch wheels, straight handle bars, and bottle holder was taken from her driveway. Security footage captured a suspect on camera described as a white male, age 20s to 30s, wearing white sneakers, blue jeans, blue shirt and a blue backpack. The suspect appears to have a goatee and tattoos on his arms. Investigation continues.

Nov. 27 theft

Complainant, the owner of an Airbnb rental, reported that one of his renters rode his Black Huffy “Nel Lusso” bike to a store at 5221 Ocean Blvd. The bike was taken from in front of the shop when it was left unattended. The case remains open.

Dec. 4 theft

Victim’s bicycle, a 32-inch turquoise hybrid Cannondale with a black metal basket, was stolen from the bike rack at her complex. The bike was locked and the lock was cut and left on the floor. The total value of the bike and lock was approximately $870. A black flashlight was left at the scene is being processed for fingerprints.

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