Omaha Crime Report  

Motor Vehicle Theft near 11500 Burt St

On April 29, 2017, several crimes were reported near 11500 Burt St in the Old Mill neighborhood.

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

Theft Of Motor Vehicle - Felony Mv

Unlawful Entry/Theft -Garage, Other

Police records say $1,475 worth of property was stolen or damaged. Those items are listed below.

Items stolen/damaged Result
GREEN '08 Jeep WRANGLER
other hand tool pry bars Stolen
other hand tool fuel injection tester Stolen
sockets assorted sockets Stolen
other power tool cordless impact 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, AJ63368. 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 five other motor vehicle theft reports nearby around the same time.

11200 Seward Plz May. 4
11500 Burt St Apr. 27
11600 Davenport Plz Apr. 25
1300 N 110th Plz Apr. 25
10800 N Mill Ct Apr. 19

 Other crimes reported at this location

Motor vehicle theft Apr. 27

Weekly motor vehicle theft reports in the Old Mill neighborhood

Other motor vehicle theft in the Old Mill neighborhood

1300 N 112th Plz May. 21, 2017
11300 Decatur Plz May. 12, 2017
11300 Decatur Plz May. 12, 2017
11200 Seward Plz May. 4, 2017
11500 Burt St Apr. 27, 2017
1300 N 110th Plz Apr. 25, 2017
10800 N Mill Ct Apr. 19, 2017
11300 Lafayette Plz Apr. 13, 2017
11300 Lafayette Plz Apr. 13, 2017
10700 Hamilton Plz Apr. 10, 2017

Motor vehicle theft in surrounding neighborhoods last week

Neighborhood Crimes
Old Mill 3
Burke 2
Westroads 2
Sunny Slope 1
Eagle Run 0
Rockbrook 0
Bel Air 0
Maple Village 0
Regency 0
Candlewood 0

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