The owner told police she’d parked near the 100 block of Terrace View Avenue around dinnertime on March 8, returning the next day to find it missing. There was no broken glass left behind, yet police do have a lead.
According to the report, a license plate reader picked up the Honda’s plates around 9:30 that evening, according to the report.
Police continue to investigate.
A man returned to find his 2018 Honda Civic with all four rims and tires removed.
He had parked on the corner of Independence Avenue and West 232nd Street sometime during the day on March 6, according to police.
No arrests have been made, nor is there any video of the incident.
Police say this style of grand larceny — in which thieves jack up cars in order to remove the wheels — as becoming more prevalent.
A 2020 Honda Civic was stolen from the corner of West 236th Street and Irwin Avenue around dinnertime on March 5.
Police ruled out a failure to pay summonses, or towing. Investigators didn’t reveal, however, whether cameras in the vicinity captured the theft. However, no arrests have been made.
Someone stole a catalytic converter — worth around $1,500 — from a 2008 Honda Fit parked on the 2500 block of Palisade Avenue.
The theft happened sometime around 6:30 p.m., on March 9, according to police.
There were no cameras in the vicinity, and no arrests have been made.