According to a department statement, on Aug. 5 at about 5 p.m., officers were called to the YMCA on a theft report. The man who called told then that he placed his gym bag in an unlocked locker at about 3:10 p.m. and went to work out, police said.
The man said he returned at approximately 4:55 p.m. and found his keys were missing from his bag. Visiting his 2011 red Mini Cooper in the parking deck, he discovered the car had been entered and that $2 in change and his black LG cell phone were missing, the report continued.
Three days later, police said a resident filed a report that his son’s iPhone 5 was stolen as he was charging it while he was playing basketball at the YMCA on Aug. 7. The reported theft occurred between 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., according to the police statement.
Hours later, at about 4:30 p.m. Aug. 8, police received another report regarding a theft at the YMCA. A citizen told officers that after exercising, he went to take a shower. Upon his return, the man noticed his North Face gym bag was missing and the locker unlocked.
Police said the stolen bag reportedly contained:
- 1 tan Mexican leather wallet valued at $100
- 1 US Social Security Card registered
- 1 Credit/Debit Card linked to Bank of America registered
- $45 US Currency
- 1 black and white umbrella unknown brand valued at $15
- 1 blue hat valued at $10
- 1 exercise belt valued at $25
- Various papers with banking information
- 1 Galaxy 3 Cellular Phone valued at $300