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Below are tips we have been providing at meetings and to neighborhoods to post in their newsletters. We are seeing a number of these thefts across the city. Honda CRVs, unfortunately, is a commonly targeted vehicle.
What’s the one thing you would expect car burglars to steal when they break into your car? The car [...]
With the recent spate of car break-ins in the neighborhood, we thought it was time to remind everyone of the Directed Patrol Form. This form can be mailed, faxed, or taken by hand to Zone 6, if you are going to be out of town, a spouse is out of town, or any time [...]
Two Attempted Kidnappings of Women in Reynoldstown/Edgewood: http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/police-warn-man-wanted-two-attempted-kidnappings/nNPsL/
Right now, police are looking for a black man in his 20s, 5 feet 6 inches to 5 feet 7 inches tall, with a skinny build and shoulder-length dreadlocks.
Police said he was driving a small, dark sedan with front-end damage.
Odd behavior on Harold Avenue, reported [...]
From the news report: Residents are on alert after a violent armed robbery in Candler Park on Monday. Police say a man was hit in the head with a gun after he and his girlfriend were mugged on the street. It’s the latest in a series of recent crimes that have happened in the usually [...]
You may have already seen at least one of these, but there have been several reports of suspicious drivers in recent days. These may not be related. Be on alert and be sure to talk to your kids about what to do if they are approached.
Lake Claire (Connecticut Ave.)
Atlanta police officials released a sketch of [...]
A Message from our Neighbors at the Candler Park Market
Dear Candler Park / Lake Claire Neighbors:
Unfortunately, we have some rather disturbing news to report regarding a recent rash of shop lifting we’ve discovered at the Candler Park Market.
Last week on Wednesday February 1, our morning manager caught a young man with his pockets stuffed to [...]