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Juneau police, fire officials and state troopers reported:
At 12:05 p.m. Monday, a woman reported that some Sunday newspapers were stolen near Front Street.
At 3:13 p.m. Monday, a woman reported a black Turbo bicycle was stolen sometime the previous night from her front porch near Postal Way in the Mendenhall Valley. The bike was valued at $139.
A woman reported at 9:08 p.m. Monday her gold and silver wristwatch was stolen near West Willoughby Avenue.
A man reported at 9:15 p.m. Monday that passing juveniles had entered his unlocked 1995 Jeep and stolen a Panasonic compact disc player near Tongass Boulevard in the Mendenhall Valley. The loss was estimated at $100.
At 6:47 a.m. Tuesday, a woman reported her black wallet and silver portable CD player was stolen from her unlocked vehicle while it was parked near Park Place in the Mendenhall Valley.
Hit and run:
A woman reported at 12:13 p.m. Monday that her Toyota Tundra was hit by an unknown vehicle sometime last week, somewhere in the Juneau area, causing $600 in damage to the right rear panel.
A woman reported at 6:16 p.m. Monday that her 2002 Mazda was struck while parked on West Ninth Street. No damage estimate was available.
At 8:36 a.m. Tuesday, a woman reported that she lost her checkbook sometime Monday afternoon, somewhere downtown.
A man reported his black Samsonite suitcase stolen on Feb. 14 from the lobby of the Frontier Suites Airport Hotel, 9400 Glacier Highway.
He reported that along with clothing, he lost a Compaq Presario laptop computer, valued at $3,700; a Canon printer, valued at $385; and a Sony Cybershot digital camera, valued at $1,800.
Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to contact the Juneau Police Department or Crime Line immediately.
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Safety tip of the week: When traveling, put two or more lights on a timer. Use them daily, not just when you are away.