Omaha Crime Report  

Motor Vehicle Theft near 2600 Leavenworth St

On April 30, 2017, several crimes were reported near 2600 Leavenworth St in the Midtown neighborhood.

Location: Specialty Store

After the initial report was investigated, these crimes were logged for 7 victims:

Theft Of Motor Vehicle - Felony Mv

Items stolen/damaged Result
RED '05 Chevrolet OUTLANDER

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 Trend watch: Motor vehicle theft

There were 16 other motor vehicle theft reports nearby around the same time.

1100 S 30th Ave May. 10
500 S 12th St May. 8
500 S 20th St May. 7
1100 S 31st St May. 6
2900 Poppleton Ave May. 5
100 N 34th St May. 3
500 S 30th St May. 1
3500 Dewey Ave Apr. 29
700 S 22nd St Apr. 28
2552 Leavenworth St Apr. 27
1000 S 26th St Apr. 27
600 Park Ave Apr. 25
3400 Mason St Apr. 25
3100 Mason St Apr. 24
1500 S 26th St Apr. 22
3000 Leavenworth St Apr. 21

 Other crimes reported at this location

Motor vehicle theft Apr. 5

Weekly motor vehicle theft reports in the Midtown neighborhood

Other motor vehicle theft in the Midtown neighborhood

Dewey Ave & S 0th St May. 20, 2017
1000 S 28th Ave May. 20, 2017
S 0th St & Emile St May. 18, 2017
3600 Leavenworth St May. 18, 2017
4200 Emile St May. 16, 2017
400 S 24th St May. 13, 2017
400 S 24th St May. 13, 2017
500 S 30th St May. 1, 2017
3500 Dewey Ave Apr. 29, 2017
1000 S 26th St Apr. 27, 2017

Motor vehicle theft in surrounding neighborhoods last week

Neighborhood Crimes
Midtown 5
Hanscom Park 3
Lothrop 3
Walnut Hill 1
Downtown 1
St. Thomas More 1
Field Club 1
Joslyn Castle 0
Deer Park 0

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