10:39 AM – A Kenmore Place resident responded to headquarters to report a theft of mail and gift cards. She stated that she mailed two envelopes at the mailbox directly in front of the Glen Rock Post Office on Glen Ave. She stated that the envelopes never made it to their destination and she believes they were stolen from the mailbox. Each of the envelopes contained a gift card totaling $90.00. The detective bureau was notified and turned the matter over to the US Postal Inspectors as part of their ongoing investigation into the theft of US mail.
12:13 PM – Patrol responded to a residence on Maple Ave on a reported fire in the rear yard. Upon arrival, officers found a chicken coop on fire. Sgt. McGovern and P.O. Pyatak used a fire extinguisher to extinguish the fire. The Glen Rock Fire Department responded to the scene. The fire damage was limited to the area of the chicken coop.
4:08 PM – P.O. Pyatak responded to Super Fresh, located at 937 Lincoln Ave, on a report of a theft of money. The victim, a Hawthorne resident, stated that an unknown person removed an envelope from her purse. The envelope contained approximately $500.00 in cash. The detective bureau is investigating.
11:36 AM – A resident of Kent Road responded to headquarters to report a theft of a package. He stated that on December 13, 2018 at approximately 1:40 PM, he received notification that a package had been delivered to his home by UPS. On that same date at approximately 5:00 PM, the resident went to retrieve the package from his front steps and it was missing. UPS was contacted by the resident and they confirmed that the package was left on the front steps. The missing package was valued at approximately $150.00. The detective bureau was notified and is investigating.
7:57 PM – P.O. Orsita and P.O. Surdyka responded to a residence on Ellsworth Terrace on a report of a burglary and theft in the past. The resident stated that she and her daughter both realized that multiple pieces of jewelry were missing from their bedrooms. A screen from a window on the first floor of the home was found to have been removed. That window may have been left unlocked allowing access to the bedroom once the screen was removed. The exact time frame of the burglary and theft is unknown at this time but is thought to have occurred at some point this week. Detective Sergeant Calaski and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department Bureau of Criminal Investigations responded to the scene to conduct the investigation. If anyone in that area has exterior cameras on their home and can be of assistance, please contact Det. Sgt. Calaski at 201-670-3948.
10:56 PM – Sgt. Scott, P.O. Stanislao, and P.O. Donnelly responded to a residence on Stonefield Road on a report of a residential burglary and theft. Upon arrival, the residents stated that they left the home around 7:00 PM and had just returned to find a rear sliding glass door unsecured. Upon entering the home, they found several rooms upstairs had been ransacked and found items were missing. They also discovered signs of forced entry at the front door. The Detective Sergeant Calaski and the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department Bureau of Criminal Investigations responded to the scene to conduct the investigation. The actors are believed to be two males wearing hoodies and jeans. If anyone in that area has exterior cameras on their home and can be of assistance, please contact Det. Sgt. Calaski at 201-670-3948.