MEXICO — The Police Department responded to 52 complaints in the past week, including the following:

Thefts/burglaries

* At 9:10 a.m. May 24, Highland Terrace resident reported that while they were sleeping someone entered their home and stole electronic equipment. No one was injured, according to Lt. Roy Hodsdon. The resident said their house was locked and someone must have forcibly entered. The electronics were valued at $500. Police have a suspect.

* At 7:57 a.m. May 24, the owner of Dupuis’ Auto Garage on River Road reported someone forced his door open during the night and stole an undisclosed amount of cash and tools. The tools were valued at around $4,000.

* At 9:25 a.m. May 23, police responded to an alarm at Morrison Motors on River Road. Officers found that someone forcibly entered the garage and stole tools and an undisclosed amount of cash. Hodsdon said the owner reported damage to the garage window.

* At 10 a.m. May 22, a Dix Avenue resident reported that somebody stole their son’s bike from their locked porch. The bike is light blue, child-sized and is valued at $100. Police have no suspects.

* At 4:24 p.m. May 22, an Isthmus Road resident from Rumford reported that while he was inside Walmart, someone stole prescription drugs from his car. Hodsdon said the case is under investigation.

* At 2:38 p.m. May 22, a Main Street resident reported that somebody stole prescription drugs from her residence the previous night. Police have no suspects.

* At 3:01 a.m. May 20, a Thompson Hill Road resident reported that a suspicious male was standing in their backyard. Upon arrival, officers found that the suspicious male had left the scene. They found a four-wheeler that had been left by the side of the road. Further investigation revealed that the four-wheeler belonged to a resident on the adjacent street, who had reported it stolen. The four-wheeler was returned to the owner. Police have no suspects.

Vandalism

* At 11:57 p.m. May 18, a Main Street resident reported that someone smashed the window of his black Mitsubishi vehicle. Officers said they were not sure if the window was broken with malicious intent or if it was an accident. Police have no suspects.

Criminal mischief

* At 8:59 p.m. May 18, a Middle Avenue resident reported that someone set off fireworks. Lt. Hodsdon said the town has a fireworks ordinance in effect that prohibits their use.

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