Glen Rock NJ, on September 21st at 6:55 PM a Fair Lawn resident, who commuted from the NJ Transit Main Line Station reported that their black Shimano Infinity bicycle, with a reported value of $200, was taken from the bicycle rack at the NJ Transit Main Line Train Station. The complainant reportedly locked it to the rack around 8 AM and it was gone when they returned. A series of bicycle thefts from NJ Transit Train Stations are currently under investigation by the Detective Bureau and the NJ Transit Police.
Glen Rock NJ, on Friday July 21st, at 9:44 AM a Glen Rock resident came to Glen Rock Police headquarters to report that he was the victim of an online romance extortion scam where he wired $20,000.00 to a person he met online. The incident was turned over to the Glen Rock Detective Bureau for further investigation.
Glen Rock NJ, on March 3rd 10:49 AM – A representative of a company owning an office building on the 100 block of Harristown Road reported a suspicious individual who had been walking around the interior of the building the prior afternoon. When confronted, the individual first stated that they were looking to rent office space, at which time the representative provided contact information for the managing real estate agent. It was later learned that the individual continued walking around the building, approaching other tenants, giving each person a different explanation of their reason for being inside the building.
Glen Rock NJ, on Sunday May 22nd at 11:01 AM a Valley Road resident reported criminal mischief to their vehicle, which occurred sometime overnight. According to the complainant they found a dead fish was left near the windshield and an unknown substance was poured on the vehicle. The resident also reported two other acts of criminal mischief that have occurred on their property over the last year, which may be related. Those residing at the home have indicated that they have not been involved in any disputes or any other type of issue which they believe would give rise to the pattern of incidents. The Glen Rock Detective Bureau is reviewing the matter.
Glen Rock Nj, on Saturday May 21st at 10:35 AM ,Glen Rock Police Officers were dispatched to a residence on the 100 block of S. Highwood Avenue on a reported burglary. The resident reported that while they slept overnight someone had entered their home, sometime after 11:00 PM. It appeared that the unknown actor entered through the kitchen window and took $400 in cash from a wallet in the adjacent dining room. Nothing else in the house was disturbed.
Glen Rock NJ, on Monday January 24th following a report of a suspicious incident on Delmar Avenue, Glen Rock Police officers canvased the area and found that numerous homes on Delmar Avenue, Ackerman Avenue and Jerome Avenue had footprints in the snow leading up to vehicles parked in their driveways. The vehicles that were locked were not damaged or entered. Five vehicles, which were left unlocked, were entered, and rummaged through.
Glen Rock on Monday November 29th at 1:29 PM , a Glen Rock resident reported that after making an Amazon purchase, they received a text from what was believed to be Amazon concerning a purchase in the amount of $1,490.97 which the resident did not make. A number was provided to dispute the charge which they called.
Glen Rock NJ, on Tuesday November 30th at 1:21 PM , the Director of Security for the Glen Rock Public Schools reported that a catalytic converter had been stolen from a truck belonging to the school district’s Buildings and Grounds Department which was parked behind the Glen Rock High School over the Thanksgiving break. A review of video surveillance found that the theft occurred on November 25th at 6:40 PM. The video captured images of two unknown individuals driving up behind the school, one subject used a battery powered saw went under the truck, and quickly cut and removed the catalytic converter from the vehicle. The video images were not clear enough to record a license plate number.
Glen Rock NJ, on Saturday November 27th at 3:02 PM , a representative of the Sikh Temple responded to Glen Rock Police headquarters to report a theft. Unknown actors entered the parking lot of the Sikh Temple during the overnight hours of November 25th. The actors used a jack to lift a vehicle in the parking lot and then proceeded to steal the catalytic converter from the victim’s car. The Glen Rock detective bureau is investigating.
Glen Rock NJ, the owner of a Ridgewood based landscaping service reported that someone had slashed the tire on his vehicle and broke into his landscaping trailer by cutting the lock. Both the vehicle and the trailer were parked at a commercial lot on the 400 block of Grove Street between 2:30 p.m. on May 25 and the time of the report. Stolen from the trailer were two weed trimmers and two leaf blowers valued at a total of $2,100. The Glen Rock Detective Bureau is currently investigating.
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