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On 12/6/18 at approximately 2:36 pm a resident of the 200 Block of Locust Street reported to the Columbia Borough Police Department that his wallet was taken from his vehicle during the overnight hours. The wallet (black leather) contained medical cards, a debit card, a social Security Card and a...

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On 10/26/18 at approximately 9:20pm the Columbia Borough Police Department was dispatched to the First Block of North Second Street for a report of a fight. Upon arrival the Officer witnessed two males standing on the sidewalk. The Officer approached and asked them what was going on. One of the men...

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On 12/1/18 at 11:46 pm a Columbia Borough Police Officer was on patrol in the 1600 Block of Lancaster Avenue when a newer model Camaro, with a loud exhaust, passed by at a high rate of speed. The Officer followed the vehicle, with his flashing lights on, until the vehicle pulled over in a parking...

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Two (2) juveniles were observed damaging a wall to the rear of 229 Locust St. on 11-05-15 at approx. 6:30 PM. The juveniles were gone before our arrival. If anyone has any other information regarding this incident please contact the police department or leave a tip below.
The Columbia Borough Police are investigating a criminal mischief that occurred in the 600 blk. S. 9th St. A mirror was knocked off a vehicle parking in the area. If anyone has any information on this incident, please submit a tip below. This was to occur between 12:30AM and 1:00PM on November 1st.
The Columbia Borough Police took a report about damage to a fence in the 500 blk. of Ave. F. If anyone has any information on who may have damaged the fence please call us or submit a tip below.
On October 8. 2015 Police took a report of a theft at Burning Bridge Antiques. The suspect took $13.000.00 in jewelry. Upon investigation it was discovered that this theft is related to two other thefts in Adamstown, PA and Harrisonburg, VA, Anyone with information is asked to submit a tip below.

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Police took a report of a broken window in the 100 Block of S. 4th Street on September 17, 2015. Anyone that has information about this incident please submit a tip below.

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