Omaha Crime Report  

Burglary near 1100 N 49th St

On April 9, 2017, several crimes were reported near 1100 N 49th St in the Dundee North (Memorial Park) neighborhood.

After the initial report was investigated, these crimes were logged for 5 victims:

Burglary-Forcible Entry

Police records say $316 worth of property was stolen or damaged. Those items are listed below.

Items stolen/damaged Result
tool battery charger and battery Stolen
windows-structure 2' x 3' glass in window b Stolen
power saw black circular saw Stolen
power saw black jig saw Stolen
power saw red sawzall Stolen
power saw 1 year old red miter saw purchase 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, AJ58294. 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: Burglary

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

4500 Charles St Apr. 11
4400 Lafayette Ave Apr. 3
4800 Lafayette Ave Mar. 31
4200 Wakeley St Mar. 30

 Other crimes reported at this location

Motor vehicle theft Feb. 26

Weekly burglary reports in the Dundee North (Memorial Park) neighborhood

Other burglary in the Dundee North (Memorial Park) neighborhood

4800 Capitol Ave May. 22, 2017
4900 Hamilton St Mar. 25, 2017
6400 Underwood Ave Mar. 17, 2017
1900 N 50th St Mar. 3, 2017
200 N 49th St Feb. 6, 2017
5000 Dodge St Jan. 14, 2017
4700 Erskine St Jan. 12, 2017
4700 Erskine St Jan. 12, 2017
4700 Erskine St Jan. 12, 2017
4700 Erskine St Jan. 12, 2017

Burglary in surrounding neighborhoods last week

Neighborhood Crimes
Walnut Hill 4
Fontenelle Park 4
Dundee North (Memorial Park) 1
Benson South 1
Joslyn Castle 1
Benson North 0
Dundee South (Elmwood Park) 0
Midtown 0
Aksarben 0

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