A number of thefts and robberies have occurred on Nassau Street and in Palmer Square in the past few weeks, according to press releases from the Princeton Police Department.
On Feb. 1, two Lilly Pulitzer sweaters valued at a total of $345 were reported stolen from Palm Place. The store employee described two suspects, both black females between 45 and 55 years of age.
The day before, a forged and stolen prescription was presented at CVS Pharmacy, police said.
A caller also reported that sometime between Dec. 31 and Jan. 23, someone had entered his apartment on the first block of Palmer Square West by forcing through the front door. No suspects were identified.
On Jan. 26, police were dispatched to Efes Mediterranean Grill on Nassau Street in response to reports of a robbery. A suspect, identified as a tall white male with dirty blonde hair wearing a leather jacket, had entered the restaurant and taken the tip jar containing approximately $80. The Princeton Police Department published security camera footage but has not yet identified the suspect. No weapon was seen.