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Thieves target bikes, golf clubs

By lmclaughlin
Wednesday, September 26th, 2007 at 4:55 pm in Crime, Lafayette, Lamorinda.

From the Lafayette police log:

Thursday, Sept. 13
RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY — Two bicycles valued at some $4,700 were stolen from an open garage in the 3300-block of Betty Lane.

Thursday, Sept. 20
AUTO BURGLARY— Three cars were burglarized on and near Black Hawk Road between Wednesday night and Thursday morning. One car had a window smashed and $1,700 worth of golf clubs taken. A second car had a window smashed and $1,450 in golf clubs taken. A third car had a window smashed and other property taken.

From the Orinda police:

Friday, Sept. 9
VANDALISM — Destruction of property and possible theft of copper cabling was reported at a business in the 100 block of Hillcrest Drive. At 6:19 p.m. a witness notified police he had confronted a man seen pulling out underground cables. The suspect was unable to provide proper credentials for working in the area and drove off in a new model Dodge without license plates. It unclear if any wire was missing, but 40-feet of the copper had been cut.

Saturday, Sept. 22
GRAND THEFT — The resident of a home in the first block of Bates Boulevard reported at 4:36 p.m. that his wife’s diamond ring, valued at $15,000, was missing from the residence.

From the Moraga police:

Thursday, Sept. 20
VANDALISM — Officers were dispatched on a reported vandalism that occurred on Thune Avenue. On arrival the resident told the officer his neighbor across the street was seen vandalizing his Subaru, which was parked in front of the neighbor’s hom

He said two friends witnessed the neighbor “key” his vehicle. He did not want the neighbor arrested.

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