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May 24

Gloria Galvan, 1101 W. 49th St., told police someone broke into her home and stole a $10 roast beef and $50 worth of radios and electronic equipment.

Ashley Jones and Shae Booth, 5901 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Apt. B-22, said $50 of damage was done to her door jam, when someone broke into her home and stole $1,900 in wedding rings, a $800 47-inch flat screen television, $350 .38-caliber revolver and $350 .38-caliber semi-automatic firearm.

May 25

Cordina Moore, 6708 E. Bethany Road, said someone broke into her home and stole a $800 computer and $1,000 Samsung television.

Heather Gossett, 201 W. J Ave., said someone broke into her house and stole a $300 tablet, $600 laptop and $600 47-inch television.

May 26

Family Dollar, 2631 Pike Ave., said someone broke into the store and stole an angle grinder tool, two cell phones, three screwdrivers and other miscellaneous merchandise. No value was placed upon the stolen property.

May 27

Rickey McPhearson, 1306 W. 24th St., said $50 of damage was done to the south-facing window panel of his home by someone who broke in and upon entry stole a $300 37-inch flat screen television.

Janna Ramirez, 5724 Sonora Ave., said $100 of damage was done to her window and upon entry someone stole a $1,500 72-inch flat screen television.

May 29

Kenneth Young, 109 W. 51st St., said a $10 lock was damaged on his front door when someone broke in and stole a $200 32-inch flat screen television.

Brooke Griggs, 1012 Roseclair Ave., said someone stole her $300 cell phone and $350 television.

May 30

Bryan Needham, 5021 Allen St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $250 video gaming system and 20 DVDs.

Aggravated robberies

May 31

Amber Bright, 29, said someone used a handgun to steal $20 while she was at 2524 E. Washington St.

Richard Strohm, 28, told police someone stole a $25 pizza while he was at 5200 Summertree Drive.

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