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Burglary, stolen vehicle, home invasion: Lower Merion police report

LOWER MERION TOWNSHIP, PA – Lower Merion police have released details of recent crimes in the community.

These incidents occurred between May 13 and 27.

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Full details can be found below:

27 May

  • Theft from Vehicles (Bala Cynwyd) – Several vehicles had their windows smashed and items stolen while parked overnight at an auto repair shop. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

May 26

  • Attempted Vehicle Theft (Wynnewood) – The victim reported finding his Hyundai parked on the street with the engine running, a broken window and a damaged steering column. The victim reported this occurred during the overnight hours. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

May 22

  • Theft from a Vehicle (Bala Cynwyd) – The victim reported that a window was smashed on his Nissan while it was parked in a hotel parking lot. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

20 May

  • Burglary (Bala Cynwyd) – A construction site was broken into over the weekend and an estimated $50,000 worth of copper wires and circuit breakers were stolen from the site after the gates were forced open. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

19 May

  • Theft (Ardmore) – The victim reported two packages stolen from his porch by an unknown suspect. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

16 May

  • Bicycle Theft (Ardmore) – The victim stated that his bicycle was stolen approximately one week prior. The victim stated that the bicycle was tied to a post in front of his residence. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

May 14

  • Vehicle Theft (Bryn Mawr) – The victim reported his Toyota was stolen overnight from a parking lot next to his home. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.

May 13

  • Theft (Bala Cynwyd) – Approximately 700 pounds of copper was stolen from a construction site over the weekend. The investigation into this incident is ongoing.
  • Attempted Vehicle Theft (Bala Cynwyd) – Three juveniles were observed attempting to break into vehicles parked in the parking lot of an apartment complex. The juveniles have been identified and the investigation into this incident is ongoing.

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