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Money Reported Stolen from Cortlandt Business; Mysterious Open Window at WPHS

Items from the Westchester County police blotter.

The following was provided by the Westchester County Police Department.

$800 Stolen from Crompond Road Business

On Feb. 22 around 5:30 p.m. the owner of a Crompond Road business reported to County Police that someone stole $800 in cash that was stored in a locked pouch in a file cabinet drawer. The zippered pouch, which is secured by a lock, was cut open at the bottom and the cash was removed.  An investigation is continuing.

Geocaching Youth

On Saturday, Feb. 25 at 12:02 p.m. a resident of Cynthia Road reported to Westchester County police that youths were in the woods nearby possibly smoking or drinking. An officer located several youths who were checking on a geocache they had placed there as part of a treasure hunting game.

Suspicious Car Parked at Deli

On Feb. 21 at 9:11 p.m. a resident of Oregon Road reported a suspicious vehicle was parked in the lot of a deli that was closed for the day.  The vehicle was gone upon an officer’s arrival.

Unauthorized Music Purchases

On Feb. 21 at 2:54 p.m. a resident of Skylark Road reported that someone has tried to make unauthorized purchases of iTunes on her credit card. An investigation is continuing.

Mysterious Open Window at Panas

On Monday, Feb. 20 at 5:41 p.m. the Westchester County police received a report of an open window at the rear of on Croton Avenue.  An officer located the open window but determined that no entry had been made to the school. A school district employee responded to enter the school and lock the window from the inside.

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