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Burglaries

May 22

Nancy Eddy, 412 McClain Blvd., told police someone caused $150 of damage to her front door frame and lock to break in and upon entry stole a $1,600 laptop, $500 laptop and $400 television.

Roosevelt Franks Jr., 300 Healy St., said someone caused $50 of damage to his window when his residence was broke in and stole a $750 laptop and $400 laptop.

Christina McClinton, 3 Puckett St., said $150 of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and stole a $275 camcorder, $150 portable DVD player, $150 pair of sunglasses, $40 DVD player, $225 flat screen television, and $300 worth of miscellaneous DVDs.

Bianca Dotson, 3017 Parkway St., reported someone broke into her home and stole $60 in cash.

May 23

Eliza Ann Goodwin, 2024 Topf St.,reported $100 worth of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and stole a $140 printer/fax, $862 laptop, $2,000 television, two $200 Mickey Mouse watches and three $100 Sterling silver chains.

Rebecca Reed, 4801 Arlington Road, said someone broke into property of the North Little Rock School District and stole a $600 laptop after causing $100 of damage to the carport door.

Richard Olszewski, 505 Westfield Drive, told police $100 of damage was done to a sliding door rail and lock hasp when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $400 laptop and $800 professional style camera.

Sally Mears, 1717 McCain Blvd., said $100 of damage was done to her carport door and door frame when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $200 gold necklace and $200 flat screen television.

Marcia Hutson, 1209 W. 49th St., said someone broke into her shed by causing $25 of damage to a window and upon entry stole a $250 lawnmower, $40 50-foot extension cord and $70 hedge trimmer.

May 24

William and Kerri Hogan, 422 Chimney Rock Road, reported their purse and wallet were stolen when someone broke into their home. Other items stolen include a $925 iPad, $555 in cash, a check, $110 pair of sunglasses, $300 camera, $500 scooter, another camera with lens worth $1,300 and various credit cards.

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