RICHMOND — The Richmond Police Department is requesting information relating to a number of recent thefts. Anyone with information about these cases is asked to call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.
• A resident in the 200 block of Keystone Drive reported a black JVC CD/DVD in-dash stereo, touch screen and a 32-gigabyte iPod Touch, all worth $650, were stolen from his parked vehicle overnight.
• Officers responded to a possible burglary at A and F Shell on Northgate Drive. Upon arrival, the officers noticed a window on the north side of the building had been broken out with a large rock.
The owner of the store told police that eight to 10 cartons of cigarettes were the only items stolen.
The officers checked the area for the suspect but were unable to find the person. An observer told police the suspect ran toward the rear of the Super 7 Motel wearing blue jeans, brown work boots and a gray or light blue hoodie or jacket. The estimated loss of goods and damaged property is $500.
• A complainant reported several building materials that were being used to remodel a business had been stolen from a parking lot in the 200 block of Geri Lane. Reported missing was 198 pieces of both treated and untreated lumber in various lengths, 90 4-feet by 8-feet sheets of plywood and three rolls of Everbilt house wrap totaling $1,572.76.
• The owner of J&S Varieties on Boggs Lane reported that the store was broken into through a window during the past day and three guitars worth $479 were stolen. Reported missing was a Fender Squire electric guitar with a sunburnt finish, a smokey-blue unknown brand guitar and an unknown brand 12-string acoustic guitar with a wood finish.
• An Alycia Drive resident reported several items were stolen from her residence between Dec. 7 and Dec. 23 while four guests were staying at her apartment. Reported missing were two black iPhone 4, two 32-gigabyte SD cards, two 16-gigabyte SD cards, a black Nintendo Wii U controller, an LG Spectrum cell phone, three Blu-Ray movies, a ladies’ two-tone size 7 gold ring, an 18-inch silver necklace with Tinker Bell emblems, a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 cell phone, a blue Fox wallet and three video games totaling $2,160.
• A Madison County Schools representative reported that eight Deka 12-volt batteries and eight battery cables, totaling $920, had been stolen from four school buses parked outside Clark Moores Middle School sometime during the previous three days.
• A Walmart patron reported that she left her black iPhone 5 worth $850 in a green and brown tortoise shell case at a self-checkout station and when she returned for it about 15 minutes later the phone was missing.