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Flat Screen TV Stolen From Home on Ellis Street

The following information was submitted by the Peabody Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

The following is an excerpt from the Peabody Police Department's log:
Wednesday, Aug. 7
3:41 p.m. an injured seagull was reported at the North Shore Mall. 
4:30 p.m. a caller reported a vehicle that hit a tree on Pinecrest Avenue. No injuries were reported. 
4:39 p.m. vandalism to a motor vehicle was reported on Essex Center Drive. 
5:53 p.m. illegal dumping was reported on Summit Street. 
6:25 p.m. a three-car accident was reported on Lynn Street. No injuries were reported. A fire hydrant was partially struck. 
6:49 p.m. a caller reported a past breaking and entering into a home on Ellis Street. The suspect or suspects gained access through a screen window and stole a 27-inch flat screen TV. 
9:40 p.m. a caller reported a past road rage incident on Avalon drive. An officer reports a hit and run incident on Route 128. State Police will be investigating. 
Thursday, Aug. 8 
12:02 a.m. a clerk at Dunkin' Donuts reported a group of females harassing her in the lobby. The females were gone on the arrival of an officer. 
1:12 a.m. a motor vehicle break-in was reported at the Tedeschi Food Shop on Lowell Street. 
5:57 a.m. a motor vehicle accident with no injuries was reported on Central Street. 
7:13 a.m. a caller reported that someone was in her backyard the night before messing with her chicken and turkey coups on Walsh Avenue. 
11:01 a.m. a caller reported two dead birds left on his property on Proctor Circle. 
1:14 p.m. a stolen bicycle was reported at the Peabody Library on Main Street. 


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