Parent’s Car Stolen Near St. Francis of Assisi School, Say Police

The man told police that he left his car running and unlocked.

A man told Norristown police that someone stole his unlocked car after he left it to bring his child into a school building.

On Dec. 30 at 6:54 a.m., a Norristown officer went to the St. Francis of Assisi School & Early Learning Center in response to a complaint about a stolen car, a dark blue Nissan Maxima, according to a Norristown police report.

The owner told police that he had parked the car on the 1100 block of West Oak Street around 6:50 a.m., leaving it running and unlocked.

He walked his child into the school, and when he exited the building two minutes later, he saw that his car was gone.

A witness told police that he was making a school delivery when he saw an African American male who looked to be about 5’8”-5’”10 and 18-22 years old, wearing all black, and a black “‘skully cap,’” pop into the car and drive east on West Oak Street in the direction of Noble Street.  






Grurur January 02, 2014 at 09:36 PM
That's so sad! The low life was prob watching you all month or year. He has nothing else to do but post himself on the corner. Who cares if you left your car running it's cold and it's two minutes! Feel so bad for you. Hope you get your car and justice!


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