A pickup truck that had been reported stolen Monday from the Richmond Recycling Center was found later that day, however other items missing from the building at 550 Recycle Drive have not yet been found.
A representative of Richmond Recycling reported that the building had been unlawfully entered and a 1998 Ford F-250 pickup truck, a Craftsman tool box with a complete set of wrenches and sockets, a small set of air tools and approximately 10 cases of soft drinks were taken, the RPD news release states.
Entry was gained by forcing open a rear garage door, according to the release.
Later Monday morning, the stolen truck was found undamaged in the 1200 block of Linden Street. However, the tools and soft drinks, worth $391, are still missing, the release states.
Also on Monday, a resident in the 200 block of Hallie Irvine Street reported that his home had been burglarized. A Revelation (Western Auto) .22 caliber rifle, worth $300, had been stolen from the residence sometimes between July 12 and July 17. Entry was gained through an unlocked front window.
Vehicle broken into
at LaQuinta Inn
A guest of the LaQuinta Inn reported Monday that his vehicle had been broken into during the night and several items were stolen. Those items were a black 124GB Zune MP3 player, a blue and gray Craftsman reciprocating saw, a Porter impact driver and a cordless drill.
The items were worth $680, and the RPD news release states entry was gained by breaking the driver’s side door window.