Port Chester police reported several recent theft incidents in the village.
A worker at a company on Beech Street told police that as he was rolling up copper wire at 11:15 a.m. on Monday when a man came up to him and tried to steal the wire. Police said the worker yelled at the attacker, tried to grab him but could not hold on to him.
The attacker fled on foot. The worker was not injured.
A Illinois woman working at the AMC Loews theater, 40 Westchester Ave., told police that an $800 iPad that she had in her bag was stolen. The theft was reported 9:30 p.m. on Monday.
Cash, phone taken from car
A 45-year-old Bronx woman who works at a North Main Street bar told police that $250 cash and a cell phone were stolen from her car downtown. The theft was reported 4:48 a.m. Sunday.
The woman told police she and a co-worker left their purses under the front seat of the car when they parked it at midnight. When she went back to the car, the driver’s window had been smashed and the items taken from the car.
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