The following criminal incidents were compiled from Saint Paul and Mendota Heights police department reports and other sources gathered between October 18-19.

Highland Park

Burglary—A break-in of an occupied apartment building was reported on the 500 block of South Snelling Avenue around 6:04 p.m. Tuesday, October 18.

Theft—Thefts from three vehicles were reported around noon and between 4-6 p.m. Monday, October 17, at Hidden Falls Park.

—A window was broken and a purse with cellphones was reported stolen from a vehicle at the Temple of Aaron, 616 S. Mississippi River Blvd., between 2-3:23 p.m. Tuesday, October 18.

Macalester-Groveland

Theft—A gun was reported stolen from a vehicle on the 2100 block of Stanford Avenue  between noon-4 p.m. Wednesday, October 12.

—Catalytic converters were reported stolen from vehicles on the 200 block of Jefferson Avenue on October 14-17, and on Macalester Street and Grand Avenue on October 17.

—A trailer was reported stolen on the 1700 block of Grand Avenue between 8-11:09 a.m. Tuesday, October 18.

 

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Merriam Park

Theft—A vehicle was reported stolen on the 400 block of North Fairview Avenue on October 17.

Snelling-Hamline

Theft—A vehicle was reported stolen on the 1300 block of Selby Avenue on October 17-18.

Summit Hill

Theft—The catalytic converter was reported stolen from a vehicle on the 800 block of Osceola Avenue on October 16-17.

—A suspect reportedly ran into the store and quickly ran out with more than $1,000 in stolen merchandise around 4:53 p.m. Monday, October 17, at Fjällräven Saint Paul, 797 Grand Ave.

Summit-University

Assault—An assault with a knife was reported in an apartment on the 600 block of Dayton Avenue on October 6-7.

West End

Theft—A vehicle was reported stolen on the 900 block of Armstrong Avenue on October 15-17.

Arson—A suspicious fire was reported on Irvine and Western avenues around 9:51 a.m. Tuesday, October 18.

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