A victim reported his 1998 red Ford Ranger was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the lower parking lot between 0900-2000 hours. The point of entry was via the driver door, and a Pioneer stereo with 10” Infinity Kappa speakers were taken from inside the vehicle. The owner declined to have the vehicle processed for evidence.
A man reported that his 2000 4-dr. Saturn vehicle had been burglarized today in the north lot between 0430-1500 hrs. The driver’s side rear-passenger door window had been pried open, but was not broken. A spare tire, tire jack, and an emergency-road service kit were stolen. The victim said that he could not wait at the scene for an officer. An officer took a telephone report from the ISRC.
A male victim reported his 2000 Saturn 4 door had been burglarized between 0430 - 1500 hours while parked in the upper lot of the North Concord station. The victim stated it appeared that the driver's side rear window had been pried. The victim reported that his spare tire, jack, and an emergency roadside kit had been taken. The victim estimated the total loss at $650.00. The report was taken via telephone so no evidence processing occurred.
A BART customer reported that her 2002 Dodge Neon was burglarized while parked in the lower lot between 3/24/13 at 0735 hours and 3/25/13 at 1445 hours. A Slim Jim was possibly used to gain entry. Several music CDs, clothing, and a GPS device were stolen. The ignition was drilled and rendered inoperable in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for evidence and recovered latent fingerprints.
A victim reported the attempted theft of her red 1994 Ford Probe while it was parked in the lower parking lot, between 0705-1830 hours. The suspect(s) gained entry into the vehicle by defeating the passenger door lock. The suspect then pried the vehicle’s ignition and rendered it inoperable. The victim declined to have her vehicle processed for latent prints by the investigating officer and there is no video recording capability in the parking lot.
An officer assigned to the ISRC took a telephone report from a woman who called to advise that the catalytic converter had been stolen off of her 2000 Toyota Tacoma. The vehicle had been parked in the lower lot between 0645-2000 hrs.
A patron reported their blue 2002 BMW 325zi convertible was burglarized while parked in the lower lot between 0600-1555 hours. There was no obvious point of entry and the suspect may have used a tool to defeat the convertible top. The suspect removed the rear seat cover and the vehicle's battery.
A station agent report an adult male fare evaded out of the North Concord BART Station. A sergeant responded and the male entered back into the system. The sergeant located the male on the train platform. A records/Warrant check showed the male had a 10,000 warrant issued by Antioch PD for Theft and Failure to Appear. The male was placed under arrest on the warrant. A search, incident to arrest, revealed the male was in possession of a controlled substance. The male was cited on the Fare Evasion and was booked on the Warrant and the Narcotics Violation at the Martinez Detention Facility. Detectives were notified of the arrest.
A victim reported the theft of a catalytic converter from his 1999 white Toyota Tacoma while it was parked in the lower south lot between 0805-1710 hours. The scene was processed for evidence.
A victim reported her 1995 gold Toyota Camry was burglarized while it was parked and locked in the lower parking lot between 1130-2045 hours. There were no notable signs of entry into the vehicle, but the doors were unlocked and the interior was ransacked. Due to heavy condensation on the vehicle, the investigating officer was unable to sufficiently process the scene for evidence.
An adult male reported the theft of a catalytic converter from his 1991 burgundy Toyota Tacoma (5W78231). The victim parked his truck in the lower lot of the North Concord Station at 1000. When he returned at 1745 hours, he discovered that someone had cut and removed his catalytic converter from his truck, estimated loss $900. An officer responded to the scene and dusted the truck for latent prints, but with negative results. The officer took photos of the loss/damage to the truck. It appears that the suspect used a cutting tool to cut the exhaust pipe and remove the converter from the truck.
An adult male reported the theft of a catalytic converter from his 2006 white Toyota Tundra (8G36322). The victim parked his truck in the lower lot of the North Concord Station at 0800 hours. When he returned at 1625 hours, he discovered that someone had cut and removed two catalytic converters from his truck, estimated loss of $1,000. An officer responded to the scene and dusted the truck for latent fingerprints, but with negative results. The officer took photos of the loss/damage to the truck. It appears that the suspect used a cutting to0l to cut the exhaust pipes and remove the converters from the truck.
The owner of a 2000 Lincoln sedan reported that it had been burglarized in the lower lot between 0830-1920 hrs. today. The front-passenger side window had been smashed and personal property removed. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for latent prints and other evidence.
A BART Officer contacted an adult male victim who reported the theft of his gray 1997 Acura Integra, (6FSU298) from the lot at North Concord Station. The victim parked his vehicle about 0800 hours and returned about 1830 hours to discover it missing.
A woman reported that her 1979 Volkswagen Beetle 2-dr. had been burglarized today between 1155-1745 hrs. in the middle of the reserve lot. The passenger-wing window had been broken to gain entry. The loss was food and an Alpine stereo faceplate. The investigating officer examined the vehicle for evidence. The victim declined to have him process the vehicle for latent prints.
A woman reported that her 2003 Ford Explorer had been burglarized in the lower lot between 1400 hrs. yesterday and 2100 hrs. today. The passenger-side window had been broken to gain entry. The loss was the faceplate to a Kenwood stereo. The investigating officer processed the vehicle for evidence.
A patron reported seeing cars in the lot with their windows smashed. The responding officer located five vehicles with their driver's window smashed. It appeared as though the unknown suspect entered each vehicle and rifled through the ash trays, consoles and glove boxes of all vehicles. A note was left on each vehicle and they were all processed for evidence.
An officer patrolling the lot noticed a vehicle drive into the lot and park. He remembered seeing that a similar vehicle had been stolen from Pleasant Hill station on 11/13. He ran the plate and confirmed that the vehicle had been reported as stolen. The driver had exited the vehicle and was walking away. The officer was able to detain him and took him into custody after cover officers arrived. The suspect was found have property belonging to the registered owner/victim on his person. A detective responded to interview the suspect and an ID technician responded to process the vehicle. The suspect will be booked into the Martinez Detention Facility for the Stolen Vehicle charge and Possession of Stolen Property.
Victim reported his 4 door 1991 Toyota Camry, CA. 5MUR3021, stolen between 1400 and 2320 hours. 1211-2073, L13 Victim reported his 4 door 1991 Toyota Camry, CA. 5MUR3021, stolen between 1400 and 2320 hours.
An adult male reported the theft of his 2007 Znen Moped (Black/Red), Cal. Lic. #19B8360. The victim parked his moped in the lower lot (unknown stall number) on today's date at 0700 hours. He returned at 1730 hours, his moped was missing. The victim estimated the value of the moped at $1,600. An officer is investigating this case and no evidence was recovered from the scene.
An adult female reported the theft of her red 1996 Chevy Camaro (Cal lic. # 6SLY048) from the North Concord Station. The female parked in the lower lot, north/west corner, at 0745 hours. When she returned at 1700 hours, she discovered that her vehicle was missing. The Chevy was entered into SVS and the case is under investigation. 1210-2516 L22.