Police responded to two incidents of theft from cars in Chestnut Hill, according to a release from the Philadelphia Police Department.
According to reports, a resident stated that they had parked their car on the 8200 of Germantown Avenue on Dec. 6. The resident returned to their car at approximately 7:20 a.m. and found the front passenger window and had taken two GPS systems.
On the same day, a different resident reported that, after parking their car on the same block of Germantown Avenue on Dec. 6, they returned to their car a 6 a.m. to find the rear passenger window broke. The vehicle was ransacked, but nothing of value was reported missing.
Over $410 in merchandise and miscellaneous items was reported missing in the two incidents.