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SUMMARY OF CRIMES DEC. 31, 2001 – JAN. 6, 2002

As a service to the St. Thomas community the Source offers a list of type and location of robberies, burglaries and assaults on a weekly basis. The information is provided to the Source from the V.I. Police Department's Division of Planning, Research and Evaluation. The intention is to advise the public of areas where crimes have taken place in recent weeks.
There were four robberies
Asfour Store – Waterfront (commercial)
Royal Dane Mall (public street0
Estate Nadir (public street)
Smith Bay ( public street)
There were 18 burglaries reported.
Anna's Retreat (residential)
Datum Inc. – Frydenhoj (commercial)
Bovoni (residential)
Estate Elizabeth (residential)
Estate Thomas (residential)
Developmental Learning Center – 6th Street (commercial)
Crystal Gade (commercial)
Norre Gade (commercial)
Kronprindsens Gade (commercial)
Estate St. Peter (residential)
St. Peter Mountain (residential)
Norre Gade (commercial)
Pine Tropical Water – Kronprindens Gade (commercial)
Altona (residential)
Adel Gade (residential)
Scott Free (residential)
Upper John Dunkoe (residential)
Goodies Grocery – Norre Gade (commercial)
There were five reported cases of assaults reported during this week.
Kronprinces Gade – (public street)
Nadir (residential)
Coki Point Beach (public street)
Lindberg Bay (residential)

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