Nearby: Graffiti on Garage Doors, Cars on Spring Street

A car was stolen near Oldfield Place, according to this week's Red Bank police blotter.

The following is a list of crimes reported in Red Bank between Jan. 30 and Feb. 6. The police blotter is provided directly by the Red Bank Police Department and is reproduced here, unedited.

Theft reported on 2-2-14 at Shrewsbury Ave. Landlord stated that tenant who moved out of residence stole a couch. Ptl. Jhonatan Quispe.  

Burglary occurring o n 2-2-14 at Spring St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) entered parked vehicle and scattered contents inside and outside of vehicle. Nothing reported stolen. Ptl. Stan Balmer.  

Theft occurring between 2-2-14 and 2-3-14 at Oldfield Place. Victim reported that vehicle was stolen by unknown subject(s). Vehicle described as a 1998 Toyota Camry, color white. Ptl. Heather Publyski.  

Criminal Mischief and Burglary occurring on 2-3-14 at Spring St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) entered parked vehicle and ransacked same. Nothing stolen. Also report of garage door being spray-painted with graffiti. Three other garage doors in the same location also had been spray-painted. Ptl. Stan Balmer.  

Criminal Mischief occurring on 2-3-14 at Spring St. Victim reported that unknown person(s) spray-painted a happy face on hood of parked vehicle. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.  

Theft at Leighton Ave. reported on 2-4-14. The incident occurred between 2-1-14 and 2-2-14. Victim reported that a prescription bottle of pills had been taken from residence by unknown person(s). Ptl. Ashon Lovick.  

Criminal mischief occurring on 2-3-14 at 9 Spring St. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) spray-painted graffiti on parked vehicle. Ptl. Ashon Lovick.  

Criminal Mischief occurring between 2-2-14 and 2-3-14 at Spring Street. Victim reported that unknown subject(s) spray-painted graffiti onto garage door. Ptl. Stan Balmer.


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