A condo in the Trademark on West Trade Street was broken into July 19 or 20. A Rolex valued at $13,000, a Invicta watch, cufflinks, a book of checks, vintage liquor bottles and assorted prescriptions were stolen.
More central city crime:
A home on Summit Avenue in Wesley Heights was broken into the afternoon of July 20. Two gold diamond rings and a pearl necklace were stolen.
Someone broke into a car parked at the Johnston YMCA on the morning of July 19 and stole food vouchers.
Someone smashed the driver's side window of a Suzuki Forenza at 36th and North Davidson streets on July 20 or 21, but didn't remove anything from the car.
A purse, wallet, $40 cash and cell phone were stolen from a car parked at Petro Express on Third Street on July 21. The thief gained entry to the car through an open window.
A suspect attempted to steal a watch from the Metropolitan Target on July 21. Someone also stole a Panasonic DVD player from the Target on July 11.
Six CDs and a bag of Craftsman tools were stolen from a car parked at Showmar's on Seventh Street.
A Trek road bike and wrench were stolen from a storage building on Shenandoah Avenue in Chantilly.
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