Omaha Crime Report  

Burglary near 4600 L St

On Feb. 15, 2017, a crime was reported near 4600 L St in the Hitchcock Park neighborhood.

Location: Residence/Home

Police department records call this a "Burglary-Forcible Entry."

Police records say $10,650 worth of property was stolen or damaged. Those items are listed below.

Items stolen/damaged Result
40 video games games Stolen
digital cameras in black case Stolen
tablet computer 32 gb Stolen
power saw table saw Stolen
2 guitar one black, one white Stolen
television (tv) curved hd Stolen
television (tv) led Stolen
300 dvd dvd/bluray movies, mostly children movi Stolen
blu ray/dvd player Stolen
keyboard electronic keyboard Stolen
sony playstation (all models) Stolen
home electronic other music studio pack mus Stolen
hand tool kit hand tool kit Stolen
2 microphone - professional Stolen
tablet computer Stolen
power tool kit Stolen
2 ipod Stolen

For more details about what happened, click here to request a copy of the incident report from the Omaha Police Department by calling 402-444-5638. Give them the report number, AJ45311. The department charges a $5 fee.

Anyone with tips about this crime should contact the police at 402-444-7867 or use the department's anonymous submission form.

Addresses are assigned to locations automatically. If this appears to be in the wrong location, please let us know.

 Trend watch: Burglary

There were two other burglary reports nearby around the same time.

4600 F St Feb. 13
4600 F St Feb. 13

Weekly burglary reports in the Hitchcock Park neighborhood

Other burglary in the Hitchcock Park neighborhood

3700 T St May. 15, 2017
5000 S 36th Ave May. 9, 2017
5000 S 39th St Apr. 24, 2017
4700 P St Apr. 23, 2017
3900 M St Apr. 19, 2017
4300 L St Apr. 5, 2017
4300 L St Apr. 5, 2017
4200 D St Mar. 27, 2017
5800 S 41st St Mar. 26, 2017
3600 Q St Mar. 13, 2017

Burglary in surrounding neighborhoods last week

Neighborhood Crimes
Hitchcock Park 7
Karen Western 2
St. Thomas More 2
Hanscom Park 0
Highland 0

Omaha Crime Report brought to you
by the Omaha World-Herald