St. Peters Police Blotter: Wallet, Keys, iPhone Taken from Locked Rec-Plex Locker
Also in the St. Peters crime report, a backflow valve was taken from a building.
The following are selected reports from the St. Peters Police Department.
• Incident No. 31586: Stealing felony, 200 block of First Executive Avenue. An unknown person stole the backflow valve from building. The valve was valued at approximately $800. The valve was discovered missing on Dec. 13, 2012, but it is unknown when it was actually stolen.
• Incident No. 31618: Stealing felony, 5200 Mexico Road. An unknown person entered the St. Peters Rec-Plex men's locker room and stole the victim's wallet. The locker had a wallet with credit cards, currency, house keys, car keys and an iPhone. The victim stated he did use a lock on the locker, but it was removed when he returned. There are no suspects at this time.
• Incident No. 31707: Fraud, 2 Mid Rivers Mall Drive. Victim had two credit cards stolen in St. Louis County and they were fraudulently used at various St. Peters stores in the amount of approximately $1200.