Omaha Crime Report  

Motor Vehicle Theft near 2600 S 37th St

On April 4, 2017, several crimes were reported near 2600 S 37th St in the Hanscom Park neighborhood.

Location: Sidewalk/Driveway/Yard

After the initial report was investigated, these crimes were logged for 2 victims:

Theft Of Motor Vehicle - Felony Mv

Criminal Mischief Under $500

Police records say $50 worth of property was stolen or damaged. Those items are listed below.

Items stolen/damaged Result
RED '06 Nissan 350Z
other structure/building materials metal gu Destroyed/Damaged

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, AJ56932. 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.

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 Trend watch: Motor vehicle theft

There were nine other motor vehicle theft reports nearby around the same time.

4000 S 36th St Apr. 11
3100 Poppleton Ave Apr. 11
1900 S 44th St Apr. 10
3400 S 42nd St Apr. 10
4700 Vinton St Apr. 7
2600 S 37th St Apr. 7
2600 S 33rd St Apr. 2
1900 S 27th St Mar. 25
1100 Turner Blvd Mar. 24

 Other crimes reported at this location

Motor vehicle theft Apr. 7

Weekly motor vehicle theft reports in the Hanscom Park neighborhood

Other motor vehicle theft in the Hanscom Park neighborhood

1900 S 38th St Apr. 14, 2017
3400 S 42nd St Apr. 10, 2017
2600 S 37th St Apr. 7, 2017
2600 S 33rd St Apr. 2, 2017
2900 Martha St Mar. 14, 2017
2600 S 33rd St Mar. 14, 2017
2800 S 34th St Mar. 13, 2017
2300 S 30th St Mar. 3, 2017
1800 Park Ave Feb. 22, 2017
3900 Gold St Feb. 12, 2017

Motor vehicle theft in surrounding neighborhoods last week

Neighborhood Crimes
Midtown 7
Hanscom Park 3
Spring Lake 3
Highland 3
Field Club 2
Deer Park 2
St. Thomas More 1
Hitchcock Park 1

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