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By Amy Rainey
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Three cars parked on Belvedere Avenue in Plaza Midwood were broken into during the night of July 27 or early morning hours of July 28. GPS devices were stolen from two cars. Nothing was taken from the third vehicle.

More central city crime:

Someone broke into Club Eclipse on North Davidson Street in NoDa and stole a Dell laptop on July 27 or 28. That same night, someone broke into Wine Up on North Davidson Street and stole $285 in cash and bottles of liquor.

Someone broke into Tremont Music Hall on Tremont Avenue on July 28 and did damage to the inside of the building.

A utility trailer containing a Sony plasma TV and women's clothing was stolen from Torrence Street in the Cherry neighborhood. The trailer had been parked on the street overnight.

One man let another borrow his silver watch at Common Market in Plaza Midwood on July 27, but he didn't return the watch like he was supposed to.

A purse was stolen from a home near Central Avenue and The Plaza in Plaza Midwood after the suspect entered through an open door.

About $500 worth of copper wiring was stolen from a vacant home on Louise Avenue in Elizabeth.

Someone smashed the window of a Ford F150 parked on 10th Street in Uptown between July 25 and 28.

A suspect broke the window of a Caldwell Street apartment in Uptown on July 28 but didn't take anything.

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