By Aimee Kuvadia
1. A 38-year-old woman told police she returned from a vacation at 10:25 a.m. on Sept. 4 to find her 2840 Webb Ave. home burgled, according to police.
The woman said she noticed the rear door was open and these items were missing: a 32-inch television worth $1,000, Xbox 360 worth $200 and a computer worth $300, police said.
The victim claimed both doors to her home had been locked when she left for vacation, and there was no sign of forced entry, according to police.
The case remains open.
2. Vacation burglary again
Police said a 77-year-old woman returned to her 4049 Johnson Ave. home at around 9:45 p.m. on Sept. 4 after a vacation to find her Apple computer worth $1,900, plasma television worth $800, small safe worth $100, passport and small jewelry box stolen.
The victim reported her rear window had been broken, according to police.
The case remains open.
3. Robbed by neighbor
A 38-year-old man told police he was robbed and beaten while walking in front of 2709 Webb Ave., at approximately 8:40 p.m. on Sept. 7.
The victim told police a man approached him from behind and placed him in a headlock, stealing a $340 Samsung Galaxy cell phone from his belt while hitting him in the head with a cane.
The victim, who was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital, recognized the alleged offender as a tenant in his building, according to police.
As of Monday, police said they had not made any arrests.
4. Jewelry stolen
A 67-year-old woman told police she returned to her residence at 545 W. 236th St. at around 11:30 p.m. on Friday and found that $335 in cash, two necklaces, a pair of earrings and a Toshiba television worth $235 had been stolen, police said.
The alleged offender entered through the victim’s bedroom window, according to police. The case remains open.
5. Caught red handed
A 23-year-old man reported to police at 1:20 a.m. on Sept. 5 that his 1999 Acura Integra had been stolen from in front of 6555 Broadway.
The victim said he parked the car at approximately 11 p.m. on Sept. 4, according to police. The alleged offenders took the car to another location in the 47th Precinct, where witnesses reported to police that they could see two men stripping a car, police said.
Police responded and arrested two men for stealing the Acura.
Items in Police Beat are based on reports of crimes and arrests. Those arrested are not guilty unless they are convicted by a court.