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Thefts top list of recent crimes in Monroeville

Michael DiVittorio
| Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, 5:06 p.m.

Monroeville police responded to these complaints Sept. 14-21:

Animal problem

• 100 block of Mall Circle Drive, Sept. 17.

Assault

• 2500 block of Haymaker Road, Sept. 14.

Burglary

• 500 block of Lakewood Drive and the 400 block of Glendale Court, Sept. 16.

Fight

• 2400 block of Mosside Boulevard, Sept. 19.

Fraud

• 400 block of Colonial Drive, Sept. 16.

Hit and run

• 100 block of Jamison Lane, Sept. 18.

Theft

• 3600 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 14.

• 4100 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 15.

• 300 block of Woodhaven Drive, 4600 block of Old William Penn Highway, 4000 block of Monroeville Boulevard, 200 block of Cedar Ridge Drive, 3900 block of Barbara Ann Drive and the 4400 block of Marywood Drive, Sept. 16.

• 4200 block of William Penn Highway and the 4000 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 18.

• 4000 block of Monroeville Boulevard and the 3600 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 19.

• 200 block of Garden City Drive and the 2500 block of Haymaker Road, Sept. 20.

Vandalism

• 300 block of Hochberg Road, Sept. 14.

• 300 block of Mall Boulevard and the 4500 block of Old William Penn Highway, Sept. 18.

• 300 block of Altaview Drive and the 100 block of College Park Drive, Sept. 21.

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