Property Crimes for NE Area Command over this past weekend consisted of the following:
11 Auto Thefts – 5200 blk of Chambers, 6500 blk of America’s Parkway, 4900 blk of McLeod, 9700 blk of Carmel, 6300 blk of Karlson, 2200 blk of Q St., 5300 blk of Montgomery, 4800 blk of San Mateo, 7300 blk of Vivian, 4000 blk of Montgomery, and 7000 blk of Kiowa.
23 Auto Burglaries – 4800 blk of Charlotte, 4100 blk of Menaul, 8500 blk of Rancho Del Oro Pl, 6900 blk of La Merida, 2000 blk of Menaul, 8800 blk of Joli Ct., 7200 blk of Quail Springs, 6300 blk of San Mateo, 5200 blk of Menaul, 2500 blk of Menaul, 9000 Blk of Opportunity, 8900 blk of Opportunity, 3800 blk Carlisle, 2100 blk Louisiana, 5200 blk of San Mateo, 5000 blk of Jefferson, 4700 Montgomery, 4000 blk of Mescalero, 4500 blk of San Mateo – Points of entry on the vehicles were broken windows, door lock punches and unsecured vehicles, such as windows being left down and doors left unlocked. Most items that were taken were in plain view for the offender to see and take such as purses, laptops. Guns were left under seats or in consoles and those were taken as well. Even if it is just for a minute, do not leave anything in plain sight of anyone. Take your items inside with you and keep them secured. It only takes a matter of seconds to minutes for an offender to take your items and leave with them.
8 Residential Burglaries – 3500 blk of California, 8500 blk of Prestina, 7300 blk of Montgomery, 2600 blk of Sierra, 7521 blk of Bear Canyon, 8700 blk of Northeastern, 6600 blk of San Bernardino, 1400 blk of Virginia. Points of entry included a front door kicked in, rear sliding glass door removal, back windows pried open, unsecured doors that were either left unlocked or open. Items taken were small such as jewelry, cash, wallets, and keys. Please remember, anyone can contact Crime Prevention and have us come out to do free home security survey to make suggestions and recommendations on how to secure your home. Also, remember, there are other areas of a home to hide valuables along with taking them offsite to a secure location, such as a safe deposit box.
Create a Neighborhood Watch or revitalize one in your neighborhood if they aren’t active. Become the eyes and ears of your neighborhood and community. Without a community partnership, we do not know what is happening in your neighborhood. We like to hear from you and want to know how we at the Albuquerque Police Department can help.
If you have any questions, please contact the NE Area Command at 823-4455. Thank you!