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For the Record, April 9



More car prowls reported

Car prowlers cut a swath through the unlocked cars of east The Dalles again Friday, April 5, while two vehicles across town had their windows broken to gain access to purses left in view.

Rifling of unlocked vehicle contents was reported Friday in the 1600 block of Nevada, the 2500 block of East 17th, the 1200 block of Roberts, the 1700 block, 2300 block, 2500 block and 2600 block (two reports) of East 10th.

In one incident, CDs were taken. In another a cigar was taken. In another change was taken and a key to the garage, which was entered, though nothing was taken. In the rest nothing was taken.

A woman in the 1900 block of Oakwood Drive reported Friday morning seeing a teen trying to enter a vehicle, failing, and running off.

A man in the 1900 block of Golden Way reported the same evening that he saw two people looking in his vehicles. According to police, the suspects could not be found, but the description fit suspects of other thefts.

A woman in the 2700 block of East 16th reported her unlocked vehicle had been entered and panels removed from the dash in an apparent hot-wiring attempt. Money and pills were also missing.

Another woman reported Friday that three male tranients were approaching vehicles in the parking lot at Thompson Park. Officer found only one transient and no problem.

A woman in the 200 block of Court Street reported Friday evening her vehicle window was broken and a purse was taken with $200, Social Security Cards and a passport inside.

A woman in the 400 block of Mt. Hood Street

reported the window was broken on her vehicle Saturday evening. A purse, including identification and credit cards was stolen.

A man in the 700 block of East 17th Place reported his vehicle window broken and a planter in the seat. Nothing was taken.

That same evening, a man in the 600 block of East Third Street reported finding several drivers’ licenses and pasports in the salvage bin behind his business.

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