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Shrewsbury Police Blotter: Antique Ceramic Animals Stolen

The following information was supplied by the Shrewsbury Police Department. Arrests do not indicate convictions.

Saturday, August 27

Update: On August 27 Shrewsbury police arrested a South St. Louis City man for property damage which occurred at , 7250 Lansdowne Ave. on August 24, 2011 at 4 a.m. The suspect was upset that the clerk would not sell cigars to him without him showing proof of his age. The suspect left the store and he tossed several bottles of windshield wiper fluid onto the parking lot from a display outside of the store. Several bottles spilled onto the parking lot, and he left the area prior to police arriving on the scene. The man was issued a citation for trespassing as well for retuning to the store after he was told he was not welcome.

Sunday, August 28

Shrewsbury police investigated a theft from , 7435 Watson Rd. The owner of the property informed police that a ceramic dog ($15), an incense burner ($5) and ceramic elephant bookends ($20) were taken from the booth she leased between July 7 and August 5. The owner of the property noticed one of the items listed on eBay. Police are continuing to investigate.

Tuesday, August 30

Police investigated property damage to a rear basement door lock in the first block of St. Charles Place. The homeowner noticed the damage on Tuesday. No entry was made into the home and no property was reported stolen. The door lock was last seen intact twelve hours before police were called.

Thursday, September 1

At 12:30 a.m., police arrested a Shrewsbury woman for possession of drug paraphernalia at 7700 Murdoch Ave. after a traffic stop of a vehicle with expired plates. The suspect was issued a citation to appear in municipal court.

Police investigated an apartment burglary in the 7100 block of Murdoch Avenue. A Sony television and a Compaq laptop were reported stolen. The victim believes her former boyfriend entered the apartment overnight when she was not at home.

 For questions about this blotter, email andrew.hudson@patch.com.

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