Crime Notes: May 16

May 15, 2012 

Cary

• A young woman’s iPhone made a mysterious journey after she left it on the counter of a local J.C. Penney May 9. Hours after the 20-year-old reported the phone missing, an unrelated man told police that he had found the iPhone beside the road at an Interstate 40 ramp. Police reports indicated no damage or unauthorized calls on the phone; an investigation is underway.

•  Joshua John Link, 16, of Cary was cited for bringing a 2.5 inch blade to Cary High School on May 4, according to police reports. School officials found the pocketknife as they searched Link in reference to a non-criminal issue, police said.

•  A Rainbow Court resident was the victim of an attempted vehicle break-in, according to police reports. The 100-block resident found a window of his Honda Odyssey broken and pry-marked the morning of May 9, according to police reports. No arrests have been made.

• Police received one report of burglary between May 8 and May 11. An elderly resident of the 7000 block of Del Webb Avenue reported a forced-entry burglary on the night of May 8.

Compiled by staff writer Andy Kenney

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