Police are investigating a number of crimes across Juneau that occurred in November. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

Police are investigating a number of crimes across Juneau that occurred in November. (Michael Penn / Juneau Empire File)

Police investigating a number of November crimes

The crimes aren’t apparently connected, but they are all vehicle-related.

Police are seeking information on a number of crimes that occurred during November.

The crimes appear to be unconnected, though they are all vehicle-related, according to Juneau Police Department.

Those with information can contact the JPD at 907-586-0600 or Juneau Crime Line at 907-523-7700, or at www.juneaucrimeline.com. Those submitting information may be eligible for rewards of up to $2,000.

Vehicle theft

On the morning of Nov. 12, a white 2014 Ford van was reported stolen from the driveway of a residence in the 9000 block of North Douglas Highway. The complainant reported last seeing the van at 10 p.m., and that the keys had been in the van. The van was located shortly after JPD was called, crashed into a guardrail at the end of North Douglas Highway and totaled, according to police.

Theft

A week later on Nov. 19, police received a report from a residence in the 8600 block of Dudley Street that four ATV Maxxis 24X8-18 tires had been stolen from a garden shed. The tires had last been seen on Nov. 14, according to the news release. The tires were valued at approximately $400.

Theft from vehicle

On Nov. 24, JPD received a report of a theft from inside a vehicle in the 8000 block of Airport Boulevard. The complainant reported that after returning to Juneau and collecting their vehicle after dropping it off for maintenance and leaving town, several items were missing, according to the news release. Approximately $1,700 in cash and several personal paintings were stolen from the vehicle, according to the complainant.

Theft from vehicle

And finally, on Nov. 25, a complainant reported items stolen from their vehicle in the 20100 block of Cohen Drive. According to the news release, the complainant had been shovelling snow and had gone inside to change into dry clothes. When the complainant returned, a number of items had been stolen from their vehicle, including a purse with credit and identification cards, passports, a cellphone, $580 in cash, keys, and the title to the vehicle.

• Contact reporter Michael S. Lockett at (757) 621-1197 or mlockett@juneauempire.com.

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