they may be admissible. If the defense does not properly object to their admission (if there is valid cause to object), it is likely they will be admitted if the prosecution submits them for admission.
what value they provide is likely limited by proper objections by the defense.
sure.Without videotape or an eyewitness to a theft, can a report just all of a sudden pops up long after the alleged incident, be used as evidence
you are discovered with this merchandise. They somehow determine the merchant involved. They inquire with the merchant if they are missing the items in question from their inventory. They store investigates and it is discovered they are missing the merchandise you just happen to have. they report this to the police.
as the report of " an incident"
what sort of incident are they referring to?