A resident in the 200 block of Norman Lane reported someone broke into his neighbor's trailer home. He told police he had been taking care of his neighbor's pets while they were away and had noticed the front door propped open. Items were missing from the home, including a computer game system and two televisions.

A resident in the 200 block of Norman Lane reported someone broke into his neighbor's trailer home. He told police he had been taking care of his neighbor's pets while they were away and had noticed the front door propped open. Items were missing from the home, including a computer game system and two televisions.

A customer at a hotel in the 2000 block of Brice Road reported the passenger side window of his vehicle was broken overnight but nothing was reported missing.

A resident in the 500 block of Postwoods Drive reported her apartment was broken into and her son's room was ransacked. Nothing was stolen. Police reports said there were no signs of forced entry.

A resident in the 6000 block of Runik Place North reported the passenger side window of his vehicle was smashed out overnight. A GPS system and a case filled with approximately 200 CDs were stolen. Police also responded to another vehicle break-in nearby where the passenger side window was smashed in. Loose change and a pair of sunglasses were take in that incident.

At the Woodview Plaza apartments, in the 1000 block of Woodview Court, a resident said the passenger side window out of his car was smashed and the radio was stolen.

A resident in the 2000 block of Commons Road South finding her patio door wide open and her TV missing from the living room.

The owner of a Chinese restaurant in the first block of Aida Drive reported the front door was broken in overnight and an unsuccessful attempt was made to pry open the cash register.

A resident in the 6000 block of Bordeaux Court reported the passenger side window of his vehicle was broken and the in-dash CD player was stolen.

Three vehicles were reported broken into at the French Run Apartments. Police said the crimes may have been committed by the same person. A GPS system and radio were taken from one vehicle, but nothing was missing from the other two.

An employee at an assisted living business in the 6000 block of Wanamaker Drive reported $2,450 worth of items were stolen while most residents were off-site attending a company picnic. The missing items included four flat-screen televisions, some DVD players and computer game systems.