Marple Township Police investigate more thefts from vehicles that have been left unlocked in resident's driveways.
On Aug. 28, two vehicles were entered in separate incidents, according to Marple Township Police.
On the 100 block of Cambridge Drive, a vehicle was left unlocked, parked on the street overnight and someone stole a wallet from the center console of the vehicle, according to police, but, a GPS and DVD players left on the seats were not stolen.
Inside the wallet, were
various credit and debit cards, according to police, and one of the credit cards was reported to be used at
about 3:30 a.m. on Aug. 28 during an ATM attempt for $600 at United Savings Bank on the 2500 block
of West Chester Pike. A second credit card attempt may have gone through for $1 at Sunoco A-Plus on the 2800
block West Chester Pike.
Also, on Aug. 28, on the 2400 block of Greenhill Road, someone entered an unlocked Ford Explorer overnight, which was parked in the driveway and stole about $30-40 worth of loose change, according to police.
Two more thefts from a vehicle incidents were reported on the same day and on the same street.
On Sept. 2, someone entered two unlocked vehicles parked in a driveway on the 900 block of Jamestown Road, according to police. Loose change and iPod cables from taken from a Kia Soul and just loose change was taken from a Dodge
Caravan, according to police. The victim did mention to police that the vehicles now smell like cigarette smoke, according to police.
On the 700 block of Jamestown Road, someone took a 17-year-old's temporary drivers license, $23 in cash and a TD bank ATM card from inside a vehicle, according to police.
And on Sept. 3 on the 800 block of Lorraine Drive, about $10 in change was missing from a F150 truck, parked in
driveway and unlocked. And another $10 in change was missing from a Mercury Moutaineer, parked in the garage, according to police. The garage and the Moutaineer were