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A Mulberry Row resident reported that the windshield of her Chevrolet Impala sedan was damaged sometime between Sept. 13-17.

A 28-year-old Princeton man was apprehended on an outstanding warrant for $750 from Monroe Township following a motor vehicle stop on Snowden Lane Sept. 13. He was processed and released.

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An ATM machine at a Nassau Street bank was reported to have signs of tampering and the installation of skimming devices inside the ATM. A repair technician noticed it and reported it to police Sept. 13.

A victim reported the theft of the catalytic converter from his 2006 Honda CR-V while it was parked on Birch Avenue between Sept. 4-6. The undercarriage of the SUV was damaged during the theft, which was reported Sept. 12.

 

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