Sewickley resident reports missing concrete cat; youths admit playing 'Ding Dong Ditch'
A Thorn Street, Sewickley, resident reported someone stole a table, plant and a concrete cat from her yard June 6, according to police.
The resident said a woman was loading something into a white sedan about 20 minutes earlier, but the resident didn't know it was the person's items until later.
• A Ferry Street, Sewickley, resident reported several Mac computer items, valued at $326, were missing from her home June 5.
The resident told police a cable technician and an employee from a heating and plumbing company were in her home that day, but she didn't witness anyone taking the items.
• Sewickley police were dispatched to Center Street in Glen Osborne on Sunday for a report of a neighbor having an open fire in the yard that was sending smoke into a neighbor's house through the windows. The resident was told to put out the fire.
• Sewickley police assisted Edgeworth while its units were tied up with a different call by responding to a report of youths ringing doorbells and then running away June 8.
Police caught up with a group of youths, who admitted playing “Ding Dong Ditch.” They were told to stop or that they would be cited for curfew violations.
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