Police are investigating the theft of a vehicle stolen on the morning of Friday, December 7, from a Birmingham residence that was later recovered in Detroit.
Officers with the Birmingham Police Department were dispatched about 7 a.m. to the 100 block of Catalpa regarding an unidentified vehicle that was stolen.
The victim told officers the vehicle was parked in the driveway about 9 p.m. the previous day. A purse containing the keys was left in the vehicle. The following m
While several police departments were participating in a “Shop with a Cop” charity event at the Bloomfield Township Target store on Wednesday, December 19, two women stole $1,900 worth of electronics.
The Bloomfield Township Police Department, along with officers from Sylvan Lake, Keego Harbor and Orchard Lake, was participating in “Shop with a Cop” on Wednesday evening, a charity event designed to aid underprivileged children during the Christmas season at Target, 2400 Tel
A 2 a.m. text message that there were suspicious charges on her credit card led a Bloomfield Township resident to contact police, who eventually learned a drive-thru attendant at Wendy's had stolen her card.
On October 30 at 5 p.m., Bloomfield Township police responded to a home in the 2500 block of Alveston Drive, where a resident reported she had received a text message at 2 a.m. the night before from her credit card company regarding suspicious charges at a liquor store
A package delivered on Wednesday, December 12, to a residence in the 900 block of Westchester Way was stolen from the front porch by an unknown person, Birmingham police said.
The victim told police a package was delivered to the front porch of the residence, but was stolen sometime after being dropped off at the home. The theft was discovered about 5 p.m.
Police said there are no suspects or witnesses.
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