Officers from the White Lake Police Department were called to the Salvation Army in White Lake Oct. 14 after a worker there reported his mountain bike missing.
According to the report, the worker told police he had left the bike chained to a telephone pole at the store on Oct. 13 because the weather had turned rainy and he didn't want to ride it home.
He told police, the report states, that the bike was missing when he returned to the store the next morning.
Lt. Adam Kline said the chain holding the burnt orange mountain bike had been cut.
There are no suspects at this time, and the incident remains under investigation.
Shirt taken from Kohl's
A 16-year-old Waterford resident was arrested on charges of retail fraud on Oct. 15 after a loss prevention officer told police the teen had tried to take a shirt from Kohl's.
The report states that the teen entered a dressing room with a $50 shirt. The loss prevention officer then witnessed the teen leaving the room without the shirt, the report states.
Kline said the loss prevention officer told police the teen attempted to leave the store, and did not stop at a register to pay for the shirt she had concealed under her clothes.
The teen was detained until police arrived. When police arrived they arrested the teen, and released her to her parents. A juvenile petition will be filed with Oakland County probate court, Kline said.
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