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Thefts keep cops busy in Monroeville

| Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, 7:00 p.m.

Monroeville police responded to these complaints Sept. 28 through Oct. 5:


• 600 block of Beatty Road, Sept. 29.


• 3600 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 29.

Hit and Run

• 100 block of Wyngate Drive, Sept. 29.

• 2700 block of Mosside Boulevard, Sept. 30.

• 2100 block of Mosside Boulevard, Oct. 1.

• William Penn Highway at Alpine Village Drive, James Street at Monroeville Boulevard, Oct. 2

• 1700 block of Golden Mile Highway, Oct. 4.

Suspicious activity

• 2700 block of Mosside Boulevard, Sept. 29.


• 100 block of Mall Circle Drive, 300 block of Mall Boulevard and 3600 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 29.

• 3800 block of William Penn Highway, 4100 block of William Penn Highway, Sept. 30.

• 500 block of Garden City Drive, Oct. 3.

• 100 block of Mall Circle Drive, Oct. 4.

• 3400 block of Daniel Lane, Oct. 5.


• 2300 block of Haymaker Road, Sept. 30.

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