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Aggravated robberies

Nov. 22

John Lyons, 33, told police someone used a handgun when he was robbed at 615 Donovan Briley Road where he had $100 in cash stolen.

Nov. 25

Sean Nelson of Home Depot, 4325 E. McCain Blvd., said someone rob the store and stole $399 worth of hammers and impact drills.

Alvin Dumas, 53, told police someone used a handgun to try and rob him at 804 W. 47th St. Nothing was reported stolen.

Nov. 29

An unknown suspect fled the scene at 9600 Highway 165 in a Chevy Suburban after he used a handgun to rob James Post, 34, at the Valero gas station. Hardy had stolen a $200 cell phone, $100 in cash and two cases of beer valued at $50.

Alfred Aquil, 61, said he was robbed at 2401 Parker St., where someone stole $75 in cash and a $15 AT&T cell phone.

Burglaries

Nov. 22

Ann McEllmurry, 105 W. 51st St., said someone broke into her home by causing $50 of damage to the door jamb and lock and upon entry stole a $20 necklace.

Nathan Odom, 4912 Rogers St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $100 Razorback cooler with jewelry.

Nov. 23

Stroman’s Home Furnishings. 3201 JFK Blvd., reported $500 of damage was done to the store when someone someone broke in and stole a $950 55-inch television.

Travis Rogers, 2706 Arkansas St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $100 television and $50 pair of Nike shoes.

Nov. 24

Christian Faith Church, 5301 W. Emily St., said $50 of damage was done to a kitchen window when someone broke in and stole a $300 20-channel sound board.

Nov. 26

Marquita Bruton, 1718 W. 47th St., said someone broke into her home and stole $400 worth of miscellaneous clothes items, $50 Barbie doll house, $50 toy drum set and $500 50-inch flat screen television.

Nov. 29

Randal Barrett, 1804 W. 47th St., said $200 of damage was done to his door when someone broke in and stole a $800 flat screen television.

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