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Keep an eye on your belongings when you’re out and about. Thieves have been making off with unguarded valuables lately. Some examples from recent police reports:
• On February 8, a shopper left her purse unattended in a cart in the parking garage at Safeway (1855 Wisconsin Ave.). She later discovered that she was missing $300 in cash, several credit cards, and a New Jersey driver’s license.
• On January 28, a shopper left her purse unattended in a cart at Whole Foods (2323 Wisconsin Ave.). A “suspicious female” in her 60s tried to take the cart and then apologized. Shortly afterward, the shopper discovered that her wallet was missing.
• On February 7, a driver stopped to fuel her Nissan SUV at the Washingtonian Gas Station (2450 Wisconsin Ave.). A black Hyundai with tinted windows and temporary tags pulled up next to her, and a man got out, opened her SUV’s rear door, and stole a leather bag containing a wallet, a sweater, a Pennsylvania driver’s license, and $15 in coins. The Hyundai then fled southbound on 37th Street.
• On February 12, a man at Georgetown Plaza (2233 Wisconsin Ave.), left his wallet and iPhone in an unlocked locker before taking a class. When he returned, he noticed the items were gone. Someone later tried to use one of his credit cards to charge $250 at a Safeway in Arlington, Virginia.
• On January 12, a woman at CorePower Yoga (2233 Wisconsin Ave.) found that her silver necklace, black leather boots, and iPhone had been stolen from a community storage area while she took a yoga class.

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From the February 2015 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

Late at night on December 19, a 1998 Nissan two-door sedan with Virginia plates was stolen from outside Jimmy John’s (2428 Wisconsin Ave.), according to a police report. The owner parked the car around 10 p.m. and returned a few hours later to find it missing, the report stated.

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Around 2 p.m. on December 5, a shopper at CVS (2226 Wisconsin Ave.) lost two credit cards and $160 in cash to a pickpocket, according to a police report.

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On December 17, a man sleeping in the vestibule at Safeway (1855 Wisconsin Ave.) became abusive when asked by a staff member to leave. The man pointed a pocket knife at the staffer and addressed him using profanity and racial slurs, according to a police report. The man fled on foot after the staffer called 911.

 

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From the October 2014 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

The Holiday Inn Georgetown (2101 Wisconsin Ave.) is on the market, according to Bisnow. “Interested buyers have redevelopment in mind,” the real-estate news site reports. The hotel, which sits midway between Safeway (1855 Wisconsin Ave.) and Whole Foods (2323 Wisconsin Ave.), could become home to “a mixed-use, grocery-anchored project,” the site states.

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The newly expanded shopping arcade at 1815 Wisconsin Ave., next door to (and owned by) Safeway, will be home to a Noodles & Company fast food shop and one of the area’s first two locations of The Dry Bar, a blowouts-only hair salon, the DCMud blog reports. Construction of The Dry Bar is expected to begin on August 2, the blog states.

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Prince of Petworth reports that Einstein Bagels (1815 Wisconsin Ave.) has closed. According to the Georgetown Metropolitan, the building, owned by Safeway, will become part of a new retail complex.

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The Georgetown Library (3260 R St.) reopens Monday October 18, after reconstruction following an April, 2007 fire. The library will host a party from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 23 featuring games, music, tours of the facility, and refreshments provided by Safeway (1855 Wisconsin Ave.) and Baked & Wired (1052 Thomas Jefferson St.). Details are here.

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From recent police incident reports (all names are made up):

July 10, between 9 and 10 p.m.
2348 Wisconsin
Pickpocket

Miriam left her purse hanging on the back of a chair at Bourbon. She later discovered that someone had stolen her wallet.



Between July 20, 10 p.m., and July 21, 7 p.m.
2101 Wisconsin
Theft from auto

Luigi parked his white 2005 Chevy van at the Holiday Inn. When he came back, his window had been smashed and his Dewalt drill was missing.


July 23, 7:40 p.m.
1855 Wisconsin
Shoplifting

Travis went to the Safeway, picked up 18 DVDs (or CDs, or videos—the police report isn’t clear), put them inside a bag, and put the bag under his shirt. A store employee stopped him and called police. Travis was arrested.


July 24, 2:30 p.m.
2505 Wisconsin
Theft

Bernard entered the Savoy Suites Hotel through the front door and walked through the bar and into an unlocked closet. He stole a silver Dolce and Gabbana bag and fled south on Wisconsin on a bicycle.


August 1, 8:30 p.m.
2323 Wisconsin
Shoplifting

Bertram went into Whole Foods and stole sex enhancement pills.

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