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Affton Police Blotter: Two Cars Stolen

The following information was supplied by the Affton Precinct of the St. Louis County Police Department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

May 25

  • A maroon, 1996 Dodge Caravan (YF4Y0A) was reported stolen from the 6500 block of Lindbergh Boulevard. 
  • A white, 2009 Honda Motorcycle was reported stolen from the 7500 block of Hardscrapple Drive. 

May 26

  • Police arrested a suspect for robbery in the second degree on the 8300 block of Mathilda Avenue. A cell phone was reported stolen. 
  • A guitar was reported stolen from the 5100 block of Deerfield Circle Drive. 

May 27

  • Money and a debit card were reported stolen from the 7400 block of Whitehaven Drive. 
  • A firearm was reported stolen from the 10000 block of Sakura Drive. 
  • A laptop and briefcase was reported stolen from the 4200 block of Lasata Drive. 
  • Nothing was reported stolen after a burglary on the 9400 block of Tiber Drive. 

May 28

  • A purse containing credit cards, money and a cell phone was stolen and then recovered on the 8220 block of General Sheridan Lane. 
  • Money was reported stolen from the 5200 block of Lindbergh Boulevard. 

May 29

  • A GPS system, money and jewelry were reported stolen from the 7400 block of Brightwood Drive.  
  • Police arrested a suspect for domestic assault in the first degree. The suspect attempted to hit a victim with a vehicle on the 5300 block of Fern Beach Road. 

May 30

  • Jewelry was reported stolen from the 4400 block of Butler Hill Road. 
  • Police arrested a suspect for burglary, stealing and forgery for blank checks on the 9500 block of Gravois Road. 
  • Culinary knives were reported stolen from the intersection of Nonie and Tiemann avenues. 

May 31

Copper was reported stolen from the 4500 block of Green Park Road. 

June 1

  • A revolver and money was reported stolen from the 20 block of Union Road. 
  • Prescription medication was reported stolen from the 10200 block of Eddingham Terrace. 

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