An officer was working off-duty at the Highland Park Shopping Village at 10:00 AM when management requested that a vehicle be impounded in a parking lot in the 4200 block of Mockingbird Lane. The vehicle had been sitting there for two and a half months, and a letter of removal had been placed on it. Numerous attempts to contact the owner proved unsuccessful, so the vehicle was towed.
BURGLARY OF BUILDING
At approximately 6:47 AM, an officer was dispatched on a report of a burglary of a business in the 4800 block of Lemmon Avenue. There were pieces of broken glass on the floor, but no items in the store seemed to be damaged. Some jewelry was missing (about $200 worth). There were no witnesses or video footage to provide evidence.
A woman and her grandmother came to the police station to turn in an envelope of cash they had found. It had been leaning against the wall of a residence in the southeast corner of St. Johns and Byron. They wanted the contents of the envelope could be safe until the owner could be contacted.
At approximately 1:36 PM, an officer was called to the lobby of 4700 Drexel Drive to take a lost property report. The reporting person stated that he and his family had taken a walk at Lakeside Park around 10:00 AM. He lost control of a jogging stroller, which then rolled away and fell into Turtle Creek. Although he was able to recover the stroller, two phones were lost in the creek.
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