Stolen: $200 in Meat, $800 in Bras, $30,000 in Phones
Check out these unusual police stories from the Greater Philadelphia area.
If Someone You Know Suddenly Has a Giant BBQ, The Police Might Want a Word: According to a report from Chestnut Hill Patch, the manager of Tavern on the Hill, told police that someone took a box containing $200 worth of stolen meats from the restaurant's freezer. See the whole blotter here.
If Only They'd Ditched the Blueberries: According to a report from Phoenixville Patch, a man was arrested after wandering into an area house and stealing blueberries and a bottle of water out of a fridge. Police reportedly found the man a block from the house, eating a carton of blueberries. This one is worth reading about.
That's a Lot of Minutes: According to a report from Springfield Patch, $36,000 worth of iPhones were stolen from an area SprintPCS store. Here's the crazy part: $36,000 won't even buy 100 of the most high-end iPhones. See the full report here.
That's a Lot of Bras: It's been a tough time in Springfield. According to a report from Springfield Patch, $800 in bras were stolen from an area Victoria's Secret. See the full report here.