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May 20, 2013

Richmond burglary reports for May 14-18

RICHMOND — The following burglaries, reported May 14-18, are being investigated by Richmond police

A resident of Wesley Court reported a Wilson bow with arrows and an unknown brand shotgun had been stolen from her residence sometime in the previous two weeks. Estimated loss: $800.

A resident of Foxhaven Drive reported a Polaroid 37-inch television and DirecTV remote had been stolen after someone unlawfully entered his residence through an unsecured window. Estimated loss: $300.

Thursday, May 16

The owner of a Fifth Street apartment building reported that an Amana window-mounted heat pump had been stolen from a vacant apartment. Estimated loss: $650.

A Jason Drive resident reported a Ruger model LC9 9mm pistol with CTC laser sights had been stolen from her parked vehicle overnight. There was no sign of forced entry. Estimated loss: $400.

A resident of Smith Ballard Street reported several items he had placed in a friend’s car for temporary storage had been stolen late in the afternoon. Missing were: a Samsung 58-inch television, two Klipsch speakers, an Onkyo tuner and a Toshiba 17-inch llaptop. Estimated loss: $5,700.

A resident of Mana Drive reported his apartment had been broken into between 1:30 and 11:30 p.m. Entry was gained by cutting the screen of an open living-room window. A knife collection and Zippo lighter collection were reported stolen.

Friday, May 17

A resident of North First Street reported his home was broken into late in the morning and his television had been stolen. The silver colored TV, with a built-in DVD player, has screen about 42 inches wide. Witnesses reported seeing two white males, one older with gray hair and one appearing in his 30s, placing the television in an older model red car, possibly a Chevy Cavalier, before fleeing the scene. Estimated loss: $1,000.

Saturday, May 18

A resident of an apartment on Woods Trail reported someone unlawfully entered her residence and stole a black Vizio 32-inch television. Estimated loss: $300.

A Lowe's employee reported several tools had been stolen from his truck between 1 and 10 p.m. The tools were taken from an unlocked tool box in the truck bed. The stolen tools included: a Skil circular saw, a Porter Cable sawzall, a Dewalt sawzall, two Porter Cable cordless drills, a Porter Cable flashlight, a Ryobi hammer drill, a hammer, a square, two nail punches, vise grips, a Dremel tool, a pair of snips, a three-chisel set, wire sutters and a Dewalt drill bit set. Estimated loss: $763.

 

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