Fremont police located a vehicle in their city that they believed was an unreported stolen car. They contacted the owner and confirmed that his black 2000 Honda Civic was stolen from Union City Station between 1100 hours yesterday and 1300 hours today.
A male victim sitting at the 97 bus stop was pushed to the ground by a suspect and the victim's Android phone was stolen. The victim was not injured. The suspect, described as a Hispanic male in his teens, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, light colored pants and red shoes, fled toward Decoto Road. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect in the area.
A female victim reported that while walking through the main access road of the station, she was approached from behind by a male juvenile suspect. The suspect grabbed for the victim’s iPhone 5, which she held in her hands, and the two momentarily struggled for control of the phone. The suspect, who was in the company of a second male juvenile, managed to overpower the victim and took control of the phone before fleeing northbound from the station. Responding officers performed an area search for the suspect and his companion, but were unable to locate either subject. The victim was not injured during the robbery, and the phone’s tracking capability was not activated. The suspect is described as a Black male, with a dark complexion, approximately 14 years of age; wearing gray colored sweat pants and a gray colored hoodie. The suspect’s companion, whom the victim described as not actively participating in the robbery, is described as a Black male, 14 years of age, 5’6” tall, with a lite-complexion; wearing lite-blue colored shorts and a white t-shirt.
A BART Officer cited a suspect for fare evasion. The suspect had two no bail warrants for petty theft and soliciting a minor to use a controlled substance. A Sgt debriefed the suspect. The suspect was booked into the Alameda County Jail.
A victim reported that he discovered someone had removed his ASUS laptop (unknown serial number, estimated value $2000) from his backpack. The victim explained that he had his laptop in his backpack when he boarded a train at the Fruitvale Station and did not realize it was missing until later. The victim stated the theft occurred sometime between 0700-0830 hours. There is no suspect information.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their 1988 Toyota Camry in stall # 519 of the station. The victim returned and found that someone had made entry into the vehicle because both doors were unlocked. There was no reported loss and no obvious point of entry.
A victim reported that they parked and locked their 1995 Honda Civic in stall # 613 of the station. The victim returned at 1820 hours and found that someone had made entry into the vehicle possibly via a door cheat. There was no reported loss.
A victim reported her 1997 green Chevrolet Astro van was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #512 between 0800-1820 hours. The method of entry is unknown, and a camera was taken from the inside of the vehicle. The vehicle was processed for evidence.
An Asian female BART rider had her iPhone taken from her handbag while seated and waiting for the train to depart the platform. The suspect, described as a Hispanic male wearing a red hat with a grey shirt and blue jeans, ran from the platform and out of the station. The loss was an iPhone 5. An officer responded to the scene but was unable to locate the suspect. Station video was requested.
A victim reported his $400.00 Apple iPhone was taken from him while he was standing in front of the station. The suspect then fled from the station toward the shopping center. There was no tracking device available on the phone.
A suspect forcibly removed a gold necklace from around a victim's neck at the Union City Station. The suspect fled from the station towards Mission Blvd. The victim was not injured during the robbery. BART and Union City PD units searched the area for the suspect but with negative results. Victim reported the loss at $600.00. An officer requested station video and investigated the robbery.
A victim made a telephone report that her 1992 white Toyota Corolla was burglarized while it was parked and locked in stall #916 between 0700-1800 hours. The method of entry is unknown, but a stereo face plate was stolen from inside the vehicle and the ignition was damaged. The victim had the vehicle towed to her residence.
A victim reported a person ran off with his Galaxy s3 iPhone after allowing him to use it to make a call while they were in front of the entrance to the station. No one was injured, and the suspect ran away from the station in an unknown direction with another male. An area search for the suspect proved negative.
A victim reported that his iPhone was taken from his hand while he was in the bus zone at the Union City BART Station. There were no injuries, and the suspect fled out of the south west corner of the parking lot. The victim called BART Police on 4/29/13 to report the crime.