Saline Police are looking for the public’s help in identifying a woman they suspect of stealing items from Pineapple House, 101 E. Michigan Ave.
On May 10, at about 1:48 p.m., a woman entered the store and browsed for approximately 45 minutes. Video captured the woman stealing six Vera Bradley umbrellas, four handbags and a cosmetics case. In all, she left the store with about $475 in merchandise.
Anyone that may be able to identify the female in the picture above is asked to contact Sgt. Kevin Murphy or Detective Don Lupi at (734) 429-7911 or [email protected].
Damage at Saline Middle School Softball Fields
Sometime between Oct. 12 and Oct. 15, unknown subjects pulled off shingles from two buildings located by softball diamonds at Saline Middle School In addition, two cement blocks were smashed and a manhole cover was removed.
Canton Man Arrested After Returning Wallet He Took Off Store Counter
A 61-year-old Canton man was arrested after returning a wallet he allegedly took from the Speedway gas station in Saline. At about 7:30 p.m., Oct. 7, a Faurecia employee from Manchester was paying for an item at Speedway. He left, leaving his wallet on the counter. When he returned minutes later, the wallet was gone. The clerk told police he was suspicious of the man behind him the victim in line. Store video showed the second man taking the wallet off the counter. Police were able to determine his identity because the man used his Speedy card. Reached by phone, the man told police he had the wallet and would return it to the Saline Police Department. When he arrived at the department, he was arrested for larceny.
Unauthorized Solicitors Knock On Wrong Door
A 19-year-old Detroit man soliciting without a permit knocked on the wrong door Oct. 15. While working for Butler Sales, the man knocked on the door of a Saline Police Officer. Police determined the man did not have a permit to solicit in Saline. The officer found another solicitor in the neighborhood, a 21-year-old woman from Portland, Oregon. Their manager, found in the neighborhood, said he was unaware they were operating within the city limits. They were advised to stop soliciting until obtaining a permit from the city.
Lost Bike Turned in to SPD
A blue Bazooka bike found in front of a home on the 300 block of Nichols Drive was turned into the police at 5 p.m., Oct. 9.