Another Purse Stolen from an Unlocked Vehicle at Doctors Park
First charge with stolen credit card made at McDonald's.
Another purse was stolen from an unlocked vehicle at Doctors Park on Sunday.
A 33-year-old Glendale woman stopped at the Bayside Police Department to report that her purse, which she left on the floor of her vehicle, between the seats, in plain view, was stolen from her unlocked car on July 2.
She said her purse was taken sometime between 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. while she was walking through the park with her family.
According to the report, the following items were stolen:
- Brown Coach purse, $100.
- Pink Coach wallet, $60.
- $140 cash.
- Three VISA cards.
- A Wisconsin drivers license.
- A Milwaukee County Zoo pass.
- Verizon Blackberry cell phone.
She explained to the officer that she had already cancelled all her credit and debit cards that were in her wallet, along with her cell phone. After calling them all in, she was told that her international bank card was used at McDonalds, and for two other purchases as well.