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Lafayette church vandalized

By lmclaughlin
Thursday, March 29th, 2007 at 1:47 pm in Crime, Lafayette, Lamorinda, Moraga.

The Lafayette police log shows:

Tuesday, March 13
CREDIT CARD FRAUD — A Lafayette resident reported that from March 7 to 12, someone used her ATM card to buy $9,276 worth of items in New Hampshire stores.

BURGLARY A Lafayette man reported his car was broken into sometime between 2:50 and 6:10 p.m. in the Safeway parking lot. Repair costs were estimated at $300. Missing items were valued at $370.

Thursday, March 15
DRUG BUST — A Concord resident was arrested at 3:04 a.m. at Walnut Street and Dewing Avenue on suspicion of possessing dangerous drugs and being under the influence of a controlled substance.

Saturday, March 17
VANDALISM — Our Savior’s Lutheran Church reported four plastic walkway light fixtures and a window broken. The cost for repairs was estimated at $350.

Sunday, March 18
BURGLARY — A Lafayette resident reported that between 4 and 5:30 p.m. at Springhill Elementary School, someone broke his car window and removed $500 worth of items. The cost of repairs was estimated at $500
Monday, March 19
CREDIT CARD FRAUD — A Lafayette man reported someone used his debit card to charge $652 in items in Concord and Oakland.

Tuesday, March 20
IDENTITY THEFT — A Lafayette resident reported someone opened credit card accounts in her name and charged $362.

Wednesday, March 21
BURGLARY — A Mountain View Drive resident reported that between 9 a.m. and noon, someone entered her home through a bedroom window and removed jewelry.

Thursday, March 22
VANDALISM — McCaulou’s department store reported two air conditioning units vandalized. Someone tried to steal the copper piping and damaged the piping in the process. Repairs cost $24,178.

Friday, March 23
CREDIT CARD FRAUD — A Lafayette resident reported someone used her credit card to buy $1,683 in items Feb. 2.

Sunday, March 25
STOLEN CAR — A Lafayette resident reported that between 8:10 a.m. and 11:20 a.m., someone removed her car from the parking lot of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church. The owner said she left her keys in the unlocked car and returned to find the car missing. The keys to her house also were in the car and she later found her home burglarized.

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