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Property Thefts Add Up in Losses
web posted April 28, 2011
COUNTY – Although the recent rash of HVAC thefts
from rural churches seems to have stopped, property thefts continue
with over $3,000 in various items being reported stolen in the past
week. From lawn tractors to fishing rods and reels, secured or not,
thieves continue to take at will what does not belong to them.
A Ridge Road man in Johnston reported that someone entered his property
during the night and stole a Black& Decker garden tiller, a Red Max
back pack blower, a 51cc Husky chainsaw, and a brand new Polaroid
portable DVD player. Some of the items were located in a shed and the
others from a utility trailer parked in his yard.
The man was unable to provide serial numbers for any of the items,
which were valued at $800.
A Merriwether man reported someone entering his property on the 100
block of Briggs Road and making off with his Husqvarna riding mower
sometime between Sunday and Monday. The $2,000 mower has a 46" cutting
deck and a 21 hp Kohler motor. The serial number provided for the mower
is 96045002601 and a model number of 001668.
On Tuesday a Johnston man reported someone entered a shed at this Pond
Lane home and made off with four Zebco road and reels and one open face
rod and reel. A security camera was also torn down off the building
during the theft. No serial numbers were provided. The fishing
equipment was valued at $200.
All three cases are currently under investigation. Evidence was
collected at one or more of the scene.
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