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Police: Dog, Cars, Jewelry, Electronics Stolen

The St. Louis County Police Department released news of the following incidents from Oct. 15-21.

Police: Dog, Cars, Jewelry, Electronics Stolen

St. Louis County Police Department South County Precinct provided information on the following incidents in the weekly police blotter.

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Incidents occurred from October 15 to 21:

October 15

A silver 2012 Subaru Legacy was reported stolen from the 1700 block of Meredith Drive. The Missouri state license plate reads SJ4S1L.

October 18

Jewelry was reported stolen from the 300 block of Greycliff Bluff Drive.

A white 2000 Chevrolet Silverado was reported stolen from Jefferson Barracks Road. The Illinois state license plates read 39549W.

A dog was reported stolen from the 4000 block of Nottingham Estates Drive.

October 19

A wallet, money, identification, a credit card and a debit card were reported stolen from the 5900 block of Telegraph Road.

October 20

Police arrested a suspect in a domestic assault that involved a victim being choked in the 1100 block of Jamunda Walk. (If you have been the victim of domestic violence, call the 24/7 Safe Connections hotline at 314-531-2003.)

A purse, credit cards, money, a debit card, checkbooks, a GPS unit and identification were reported stolen from the 600 block of Cliff Cave Road. 

October 21

Electronics were reported stolen from the 770 block of River City Casino Blvd.

A victim was cut during a domestic assault in the 30 block of Kassebaum Lane. (If you have been the victim of domestic violence, call the 24/7 Safe Connections hotline at 314-531-2003.)

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