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North Little Rock

Burglaries

July 4

Great Wall Chinese Restaurant, 4808 John F. Kennedy Blvd., reported $135 in cash was stolen when someone broke in the business by causing $100 of damage to a glass window. A crow bar was used to cause another $40 of damage to a metal cash drawer.

July 6

Erica Johnson, 622 E. 19th St., reported someone broke into her home and stole a $75 Bluetooth speaker.

July 7

Theresa Crawford, 4921 Augusta Circle, reported that a man and woman in their late twenties broke into her home and stole a $250 32-inch flat screen television, $200 PS3 game system, $200 Gucci purse, $25 tube style speaker, and $300 in radios and DVD players.

Audria White, 10700 Richsmith Lane, said someone broke into her home and stole a $200 Apple Iphone 5C and $250 in cash.

Park Hill Pet Clinic, 2900 Main St., reported someone broke into the business and stole $1,200 in prescription tablets, $700 in liquid prescription medications, and $800 more in medications. The theft was the result of someone causing $100 of damage to window to gain access.

July 8

Arica Brison, 609 Prothro St., said $20 of damage was done to her door frame when someone broke in and upon entry stole $500 of clothes and shoes contained within a gym bag, a $150 Emerson television and $20 microwave.

Lee Christopher, Charlie Lawson and Ronnie Green, 2125 W. 38th St., reported someone broke into the home and stole $500 worth of radios, televisions and DVD players.

Floyd Healy, 621 E. Bethany St., said someone broke into his home and stole $400 in cash as well as a $200 Browning shotgun, $250 Remington shotgun and $250 H&R shotgun.

July 9

Tonya Treadway, 6620 Pioneer St., said someone broke into her home and stole $300 of matching Jaguar luggage, and two $400 flat screen televisions.

Brittany Smith, 4909 N. Walnut St., said someone broke into her home and upon entry stole a $150 19-inch Sylvania television, a $800 Toshiba laptop computer and a $50 coffee table.

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