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Police Blotter: More Burglaries Around U City

For the week of July 16-22.

Each week, University City Patch features a look at reports from the .

Here is a look at the blotter from the week of July 16-22.

The department arrested 66 adults and five juveniles.  There was one robberies and six burglaries. 

Report Address Date Incident Disposition 12-23535 Forest Park Parkway/Big Bend July 17

The victim stated he was sitting on his motorcycle on the shoulder of Forest Park Parkway when . The victim struggled with one of the suspects as they tried unsuccessfully to get on his motorcycle.

A black male, 20, was arrested for Robbery. A second suspect, 19, is listed as Wanted.

12-23537 7100 Princeton Ave. July 17

The victim observed a black male, 17-23, wearing a red shirt, “clean cut” appearance, inside his residence. The suspect exited the residence through a window when confronted by the victim.

12-23766 7318 Forsyth Blvd July 18

Person(s) unknown gained entry into the victim's apartment through an unsecured window. The suspect(s) stole electronics.

12-24050 7225 Stanford July 20

Person(s) unknown gained entry into the victim's residence by removing a plastic covering over a basement window. The suspect(s) stole several items

12-24248 7229 Stanford July 22

Person(s) unknown gained entry into the victim's residence by damaging a basement window. Unknown if anything is missing from the residence.

12-24124

1416 Coolidge Drive July 20

Person(s) unknown gained entry into the victim's residence through an unsecured window. The suspect(s) stole a television. A known acquaintance is suspects a friend of the burglary.

12-23538

7745 Cornell Ave. July 17

The victim stated she heard several suspects on the first floor of her residence. The suspects gained entry by damaging a door. Several electronics and cash were taken from the residence. Officers observed two black maless, exiting the residence and pursued. The suspects were able to flee from the area.

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