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Burglaries

Oct. 12

Laurene’s Best 4 Less, 1504 Pike Ave., said $25 of damage was done to a window when someone broke in and stole $400 worth of coats, $1,000 worth of clothes in seven large plastic bags, $200 in various board games and children’s toys and a $40 cordless phone.

Oct. 14

Nora Chapman, 4620 N. Maple St., told police $150 of damage was done to her door when someone broke in and stole a $250 Sharp 37-inch flat screen television and two $25 television remote controls.

Jenelle Sullivan, 1217 W. 13th St., said $200 of damage was done to the west side kitchen window when someone broke in and stole six pairs of shoes, valued at a total of $700.

Oct. 16

Victor Hancock, 1608 W. 16th St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $100 52-inch flat screen television, $100 22-inch flat screen television, and 40 Playstation games valued at $200.

Nathaniel Williams, 5003 Omega Drive, said someone broke into his home and stole a $600 50-inch Icon television, $400 42-inch television, $100 television and $300 Xbox 360.

Bryan Smith, 209 Mills St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $150 Xbox, $100 push mower, two $300 leaf blowers, one $499 Dell computer and a $599 Gateway laptop.

Oct. 17

Desiree and Amber Barlow, 4708 N. Locust St., told police someone came into their home and stole $80 worth of prescription tablets, a woman’s leather wallet and a driver’s license.

Kara Rice, 3509 Nixon St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $600 42-inch Toshiba television, $150 iPod, 20 DVDs worth $300, $50 tool box, $410 Toshiba laptop, $100 kindle and $20 trash can.

Katrina Alexander, 602 W. 16th St., said $250 of damage was done to her window when someone broke it and upon entry a shirt, $500 television and $600 in clothes were stolen.

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