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Vehicle at School Drop-off Again Targeted by Thief

The following information was reported by the St. Lois County Police Department Fenton Precinct.

For the second week in a row, a vehicle left unattended during a morning drop-off at a day care center or school was targeted by thief who enters the vehicle seeking to steal items inside. On Apr. 12 a woman dropped off her child at , 15 Forest Knoll, leaving her vehicle unattended. During the drop off, someone entered the mother's vehicle and stole items inside. An investigation is ongoing.

Fenton police have issued a general advisory to residents in similar drop-off situations, explaining that such school or day care drop-offs are easily monitored by "criminals" who target unattended vehicles.

A woman concealed make-up in her purse Apr. 10 at , 653 Gravois Bluffs Blvd., then exited the store making no attempt to pay. She was arrested. 

A juvenile male concealed shorts and socks Apr. 10 at , 115 Gravois Bluffs Plaza, and left the store without paying. He was charged and released to his guardian. 

A woman concealed clothing by wearing them Apr. 12 at , 653 Gravois Bluffs Blvd, then left the store without paying.  A summons was issued. 

Two employees at , 653 Gravois Bluffs Blvd., stole cash Apr. 12 by conducting prices overrides. They were both issued summonses. 

Two people concealed clothing Apr. 13 at , 115 Gravois Bluffs Plaza, and left the store without paying.  Both were issued a summons.  

Two female juveniles concealed jewelry in their purses Apr. 13 at 115 Gravois Bluffs Plaza, and left the store without paying.  Both were charged and released to their guardians.    

A man tried on a pair of shoes Apr. 14 at , 653 Gravois Bluffs Blvd., and exited the store without paying. He was arrested.

A man was kicked out of , 42 Gravois Road, for causing a disturbance. When a police officer approached the man, the suspect tried to punch the officer and attempted to run away. The man was tased and arrested on suspicion of peace disturbance.

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