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Police Blotter: Bank Robbed, Burglars Strike

Find out what incidents the St. Louis County Police Department Affton Precinct handled from Dec. 10-16.

The St. Louis County Police Department Affton Precinct handled the following incidents from Dec. 10-16, according to the police blotter:

December 10

A credit card was reported stolen from an unknown location.

A laptop was reported stolen in the 9900 block of Bonton Drive.

December 11

Credit cards, a debit card, money, a wallet and identifications were reported stolen in the 5400 block of Southfield Center.

Prescription medication was reported stolen in the 8100 block of New Hampshire Ave.

Jewelry was reported stolen in the 9800 block of Tiffany Square Parkway.

December 12

Jewelry was reported stolen in the 4300 block of Butler Hill Road.

A burglary and destruction of property was reported in the 6500 block of Lindbergh Blvd. South. Nothing was taken.

Copper pipes were reported stolen in the 8000 block of Gravois Road.

December 13

A credit card and debit card were reported stolen in the 12700 block of Southfork Road.

A bank was robbed of money, and the perpetrator implied they had a firearm in the 6300 block of Lindbergh Blvd. S.

Electronics and a lock box were reported stolen in the 10800 block of Platte Drive.

A television, money and jewelry were reported stolen in the 4700 block of Oldenburg Ave.

December 14

A gold 1997 Mazda B2300 was reported stolen in the 9400 block of Evandale Drive.

A DVD player was reported stolen in the 4700 block of Green Park Road.

December 15

A wallet, credit cards and money were reported stolen in the 4700 block of Heidelberg Ave.

A burglary and destruction of property was reported in the 10100 block of Gregory Court. Nothing was taken.

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