Laptop thefts top JPD crime of the week

The Juneau Police Department Crime of the week for April 27 is in reference to laptop thefts.

Police say JPD received a report on April 2 that two laptops were stolen from Southeast Psychiatry on Marine Way.

The 42-year-old business owner complained that the computers were taken from the lobby of his business between 12:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. that day.

The laptops are described as an Acer Aspire 1 and a metallic brown Hewlett-Packard DV 6. They are valued at $250 each.

Anyone with information regarding this or any other crime is encouraged to log onto the Juneau Crime Line at juneaucrimeline.com and report the tip.

Tipsters are guaranteed anonymity and can be rewarded.

Crime Line is a nonprofit organization composed of a cross-section of the community and is designed to aid police investigations.

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