Local Crime Report: April 9

Gulfport

Burglary-Vehicle – 3/31, 1400 block of 61st St. S.

Theft-Petit – 4/1, 2000 block of 54th St. S.

Vandalism/Criminal Mischief – 3/31, 3200 block of 58th St. S.

Gulfport, Burglary-Residence – 4/2/15, Just before dawn on April 2, residents at a home on the 2300 block of 51st Street South had their house broken into and partially “ransacked,” according to the Gulfport Police Department. A few rooms were disheveled and a camera was taken during the burglary. Police are following up on leads at this time.

South Pasadena

Vandalism/Criminal Mischief – 4/1, 1000 block of Pasadena Ave. S.

Theft-Petit – 4/1, 6800 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Missing Person – 3/31, 6800 block of Gulfport Blvd. S.

Burglary-Vehicle – 3/31, 1200 block of Pasadena Ave. S.

South Pasadena, Robbery-Armed – 4/2/15, At around 5 p.m. on April 2, the Wells Fargo at the 1100 block of Pasadena Ave. S. was robbed by a man who allegedly implied he had a weapon, though one wasn’t seen by tellers. The suspect is being described by police as “a white male, approximately 30 years of age, about 6’ to 6’4” tall [with] brown, collar-length hair, a chin strap beard, a small patch of hair under his bottom lip, and a small mustache.” He was last seen in a long-sleeve, blue button-down shirt, khaki pants, white shoes and a white Notre Dame hat. Police believe he might have fled the area in a four-door sedan, heading north. He is not presumed to be linked to Pinellas County’s recent string of armed bank robberies.

St. Pete Beach

Theft-Petit – 3/31, 6800 block of Bay St.

Trespass – 3/31, 300 block of Corey Ave.

Theft-Petit – 3/31, Beach Plz. & 69th Ave.

Battery-Aggravated – 500 block of Corey Ave.

Vandalism/Criminal Mischief – 3/31, 500 block of 73rd Ave.

Theft-Petit – 5200 block of Gulf Blvd.

Theft-Grand – 4200 block of Gulf Blvd.

Burglary-Residence – 100 block of 27th Ave.

St. Pete Beach, Battery – 3/31/15, Corey Ave & Gulf Blvd. A man was riding his bike on St. Pete Beach around sunset when he was struck from behind and knocked to the pavement by a fellow bicyclist. The suspect in the investigation is said to be a female. The victim incurred minor injuries.

 

 

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