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Burglaries

Oct. 27

Community Development Agency, 707 Parker Ave., reported someone broke in by causing $100 of damage to the door frame and upon entry stole a $700 stove.

Oct. 28

Mid State Interiors and Moser Construction, 1304 N. Pine St., said someone broke the lock of the business, gained access, and stole two $200 cordless drills with chargers, two $300 nail guns, and three $500 cordless impact drills.

Oct. 29

Christopher Beasley, 7629 Vestal Blvd., reported $150 of damage was done to the driver’s door window when someone broke into his car and stole his wallet.

Lola Winfield, 3020 E. Lincoln St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $2,000 air conditioning unit, a $100 washer, $150 love seat and $150 sofa.

Oct. 30

Delia Roberts, 923 W. 55th St., said $50 of damage was done when someone shattered the kitchen window when someone broke int and stole 80 cents in coins, a $50 safe and $400 in electronic equipment.

Sharon Dillahunty, 1700 W. 19th St., said $25 of damage was done to her rear door when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $750 40-inch flat screen television and a $200 32-inch flat screen television.

Ridge View, 1705 Arrowhead Drive, reported $500 of damage was done when someone tried breaking into the front door.

Panna Chawangkul, 1209 W. 47th St., said someone tried to break into her home. Nothing was reported stolen or damaged.

Oct. 31

Nathan Stewart, 627 Donovan Briley Blvd., said $100 of damage was done when someone tried to break in and stole a $300 Xbox.

Jonna Pitts, 909 N. Cypress St., said a $500 39-inch flat screen television was stolen.

Nov. 1

Madison Guillermina, 911 N. Cypress St., said $50 of damage was done to his front door and $150 of damage to his back door when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $350 cell phone, $150 cell phone, and $1,300 in cash.

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