The Richmond Heights Police Department reports the following incidents on its website.
Thursday, Oct. 22
- An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle that had no front or rear license plates. Further investigation found the driver to be in possession of marijuana. The driver was arrested and later released on muni court summonses.
Friday, Oct. 23
- Officers responded to the Esquire lot for the report of a subject attempting to break into a vehicle. The suspect was gone at arrival. No entry into the vehicle was made. Damage to the vehicle’s door handle was noted.
Sunday, Oct. 25
- The manager of Apple reported that he went to the mall’s public restroom with his personal laptop computer and left the bathroom without it. When he went back for it, the computer was gone.
Monday, Oct. 26
- Several vehicles were forcibly broken into overnight on the lot of Homewood Suites with property stolen from each.
- A 2006 Ford F-150 was stolen from the lot of Homewood Suites. A spare ignition key was left in the truck’s console. The vehicle was recovered two days later in St. Louis.
- The driver’s window was reported shattered sometime between 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. while parked on the street in the 1100 block of Bellevue Avenue. A Garmin GPS was stolen.
- An employee’s purse was stolen from Momentum Advertising, 7930 Clayton Road and later recovered at another location inside the building. Closed circuit TV showed another employee to be responsible for the theft and the victim declined to prosecute.
- A cellular phone was reported forcibly taken from a mall employee while she sat on a bench in the garage during her break.
Wednesday, Oct. 28
- A Blackberry cell phone was reported stolen from a kiosk at the Galleria. There are no suspects.
- Victim reported that his vehicle was broken into and property stolen while shopping at the Galleria. There are no suspects and he wished to report the incident for informational purposes only.
- A leather jacket was stolen from St. Mary's Hospital gift shop by a male subject who ran to a waiting vehicle outside the front door.