Tools, other items reported stolen
Thousands of dollars in tools were stolen earlier this week from an unlocked van, according to a Richmond Police Department news release.
A complainant told police Monday that the tools, worth $3,000, were stolen from the vehicle some time Sunday morning while he was working in a home in the 500 block of Westover Avenue.
The items reported stolen were a Dewalt four-piece tool set, two yellow Fluke D-snip scissors, a red and black backpack, a blue RG (coaxial cable) universal compression tool, two blue Ideal punch down tools, a blue Ideal RG6 stripper, two green Greenlee screwdrivers, a green Greenlee hole saw, two pliers, a blue Ideal compression tool, a blue Ideal RJ45 crimper, a blue Ideal datacom wire stripper, a yellow can wrench, a yellow phone test set, two phone line testers, a blue and gray cable tone, a yellow Fluke cable IQ tester and miscellaneous connectors.
• A resident in the 1000 block of East Irvine Street reported Monday that two bicycles had been stolen that morning from the balcony outside his apartment. The bikes, worth $186, are a red and black Huffy bicycle with a Schwinn seat and a pump attached and a girl’s white and pink Huffy or Next bicycle with a Schwinn seat.
• A student reported Monday that her white iPhone 4 had been stolen from her bag during the late morning hours while it was in the cafeteria at Clark-Moore Middle School. The phone is worth $650.
Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.