Contact Us
Pelham Daily Voice serves Pelham, NY
Return to your home site

Menu

Pelham Daily Voice serves Pelham, NY

Nearby Towns

Breaking News: Woman Dies From Injuries After Being Hit By Pickup Truck In Hudson Valley
news

Police: Man Commits Larceny at Pelham Manor CVS

PELHAM MANOR, N.Y. – The Pelham Manor Police Department responded to the Boston Post Road CVS on Monday at 8 p.m. after an employee called to report a larceny.

The employee told officers that a male ran from the store after being confronted by a store manager for attempting to steal Tide detergent by stuffing it into his pants, police said.

Once the officers arrived, they talked to the store manager who said that the suspect had come in last week and attempted to steal ice cream by placing it in his pants. She described him as a male in his late 20s to early 30s.

An employee who witnessed the incident saw a late model Nissan Sentra pull up in front of the store as the suspect was fleeing and the man quickly got in. There were two other males in the car. As the car sped away, another witness noticed that its right taillight was out and the last two numbers of the license plate were 08.

The following items also were reported by Pelham Manor police:

Loose change larceny: A Grant Avenue homeowner called the Pelham Police Department on Wednesday at 6:50 a.m. after his car had been broken into. The unknown suspect stole approximately $12 in change, police said. An officer responded to the scene and was told by the victim that he did not want to make a report, but just wanted the department to be aware of the incident, police said.

Credit card found: A credit card was found in the area of Clay Avenue and Penfield Place on Tuesday and an anonymous man brought it to the Pelham Manor police station at 11:19 p.m. A message was left on the home phone of the cardholder and it was then placed in an envelope and put behind the desk to be picked up by the Pelham Manor resident.

Suspicious male: The Pelham Manor Police Department received a call on Tuesday at 1:29 p.m. from a Roosevelt Avenue homeowner about a “suspicious male” ringing doorbells in the area. Two police cars were sent and the person was located. He said that that he worked for a local landscaping company and was trying to locate the customer’s address.

to sign up for Daily Voice's free daily emails and news alerts.

Welcome to

Pelham Daily Voice!

Hi! You've read our articles so we know you like our reporting. To keep reading please join our mailing list.

Get important news about your town as it happens.