Various thefts and identity thefts are under investigation in Oswego after reports were made over the weekend.
None of the reports have been announced as being related.
Oswego Police say they were called to the 300 block of Blue Grass Pkwy. on Saturday around 1:11 p.m. to take a report of an identity theft where police say a victim had over $85,000 in assets allegedly stolen. No arrests or suspects have been announced.
The allegedly identity theft is believed to have occurred on July 5th.
Also on Saturday, a theft of over $7,000 was reported in Oswego at the intersection of Primrose Ln. and Waterbury Circle. No arrested have been announced in that case either.
The alleged theft is believed to have occurred on September 24th. Meanwhile, police say four subjects have been identified in a retail theft report where approximately $1331.30 in merchandise was allegedly stolen from a business in the 2400 block of Route 34 on Sunday.
Police responded around 3:00 p.m. where the business reported that four subjects took several items without paying and left the store.
The suspects are all described as black females, in their 20's, between 5'2'' to 5'5" with small builds. All were apparently wearing dark jackets and dark pants.
Anyone with information on that case has been asked to contact police.
Information provided in this report has been obtained from area authorities, including but not limited to local police, fire and emergency dispatch officials. Information is sourced only from official sources of public information unless otherwise stated. Subjects listed who have been charged or cited for crimes have not been proven guilty in court and all acts are alleged.