Person steals over $1,000 worth of Tosa Home Depot merchandise: police

WAUWATOSA, WI—Wauwatosa Police responded to multiple calls for service. Here are some highlights from the police diary from January 17 to January 20.

A catalytic converter was removed from a 2006 Kia Sedona on January 17 in the 9100 block of West North Avenue.

One person reported $10,900 taken on January 17 from numerous unauthorized deposits and withdrawals from a personal checking account.

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A person was arrested for retail theft on Jan. 17 at The Home Depot, 4100 N. 124th St. The loss was $1,082 in merchandise.

A man was arrested in the parking lot at Sarafino Square, 9991 W. North Ave on January 17. The arrest came after a police chase and an accident. The man fled after the accident but was located.

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A car window was smashed on Jan. 20 in the Children’s Wisconsin parking lot. A purse with credit cards was stolen.

A car window was smashed and a purse was stolen Jan. 20 from the parking lot of the Medical College of Wisconsin. The suspects used several of the victim’s credit cards at the Mayfair Mall.

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