Police Blotter: Bike Stolen; Catalytic Converter Sawed off Vehicle
Shelby Police are investigating several thefts in the township in the past week ranging from iPads to catalytic converters.
A BMX bicycle was stolen from a home on 23 Mile Road sometime between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
The man who filed the complaint said his son had left the bike leaning against a wall before it was stolen. The bike is described as white and neon green.
Catalytic Converter Stolen
A catalytic converter was stolen from a Pontiac parked on Mound Road last Thursday.
Police said the converter had been cut off clean with a saw. Police said a converter was stolen from another Pontiac a few days earlier that parked at Barnes and Noble.
SUV Broken Into
Thieves broke into a 2012 Dodge vehicle parked on Tuscany Grove overnight Sunday and stole a backpack that contained an iPad3, JVC Video Camera, DVD and several T-shirts.
The victim told police he had left the keys in the vehicle overnight.
Anyone with information on any of the thefts is asked to call the Shelby Township Police Department at 586-731-2121.