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Break-In at the Savory Plate

Incidents and arrests in Arlington from Wednesday to Thursday, Jan. 2-3.

The following information comes from the Arlington Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Break-In at the Savory Plate

The Savory Plate was allegedly broken into over Wednesday night.

Police were called to the Arlington Heights eatery at about 11 a.m. Thursday for a report of a past break-in. There, one of the Savory Plate’s owners told police that someone had entered his business through the back door and taken roughly $200 from a box in his office.

The owner said a bottle of cough medicine was also moved and it appeared that the perpetrator consumed the bottle during the break-in.

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Notable Incidents from Wednesday to Thursday, Jan. 2-3

Thursday, Jan. 3

7:26 p.m., Scituate Street, Larceny under $250

6:12 p.m., Mass. Ave., Larceny under $250

5:20 p.m., Franklin Street, Criminal harassment

4 p.m., Mass. Ave., Larceny by check over $250

1:52 p.m., Broadway, Suspicious call

11:02 a.m., The Savory Plate, Mass. Ave., Breaking and entering at night for felony (see above)

Wednesday, Jan. 2

4:17 p.m., Jason Terrace, Unregistered motor vehicle

12:13 p.m., Hillside Avenue, Larceny from a building

9:52 a.m., Drake Road, Neighbor problem

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