Yes, there's shoplifting (there is always shoplifting). And yes, there's a few thefts from cars and two burglaries. But according to data released yesterday by the Hyattsville City Police Department, the last week of April and the first week of May was relatively peaceful and devoid of violence. No reported assaults, home invasion robberies, sex offenses or armed robberies.
Still, thefts from autos continues to be an issue. The thefts from autos in this crime report were strung out along the southern end of the city along the Hamilton Street corridor. Three of those occurred on the same night, April 30, according to records.
There were also two apartment burglaries. One on May 2 on 43rd Avenue in the eastern part of the city, the other on May 4 on 31st Avenue in the western part of the city.
Also, on the night of May 4 a 2003 Nissan Acura was stolen while it was parked at the Mall at Prince Georges.
As always, the map is above and full data can be found below.
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