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Pelham Manor Shopper Finds Wallet at Home

PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. – A woman shopping Sunday in Pelham Manor’s HomeGoods thought her wallet had been stolen while shopping, but found it when she returned home, according to the Pelham Manor Police Department.

At 3:55 p.m., Pelham police received a call from the Homegoods manager stating a customer had either lost her pocketbook or had it stolen. When a police officer spoke with the woman, she said while shopping with her husband, they left the cart that they were using unattended for a short time. Her pocketbook was inside the cart and her wallet was clearly visible.

However, she did not notice the missing item until checkout. She then searched herself, the aisles and the car but could not find it. There was no witness or suspect at the time and management could not look at the security videos.

Once she arrived home and found her wallet, she called the police department to let them know.

Also on the blotter: Egged Car: A car, driven by a Pelham Manor resident was hit by an egg at 4:45 p.m. Tuesday. The driver called in order to have a report written for vandalism. An officer arrived and spoke with the complainant who said he was driving north on Francis Street and while he was making the right onto Suburban Avenue, an egg hit the driver's side of the vehicle. There was no further damage noticed at that time by the officer and a deposition was taken.

Diabetic Problem: A person from a group home called the Pelham Manor Police Department at 12:39 p.m. Friday because a 52-year-old diabetic had an elevated blood pressure and was sweating. Once police arrived, the paramedics were on scene and had checked her vitals. She was driven by ambulance to the Sound Shore Medical Center for additional treatment.

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