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Burglaries

May 16

David Matias, 815 W. 52nd St., told police someone broke into his home and stole $300 worth of radios and electronic equipment.

Marvin Hicks, 2022 N. Moss St., said someone broke into his home and stole a $250 wooden bathroom vanity and wooden door/door jam worth $50.

May 19

Rent To Own/Affordable Cars, 815 E. Broadway St., told police someone broke into the business at 4:18 a.m. and damaged 12 vehicles worth a total of $147,000. Police reported that two teen males are believed to have been responsible.

May 20

Keisha Stewart, 701 E. 2nd St., said $100 of damage was done to her door and frame when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $30 DVR.

Monika Moore, 622 E. 19th St., said someone broke into her home and stole a $50 26-inch flat screen television.

Constance Cooksey, 950 W. Scenic Drive, said someone broke into her home and stole a $350 Dell laptop computer.

May 21

Shuronda Benningfield, 5078 Highcliff St., said someone broke into her home and stole eight PS3 games worth $400 and computer software worth $400.

Aneesah Hatchett, 6604 Whippoorwill Lane, said someone broke into her home and stole an $800 55-inch flat screen television.

Wilma Holmes, 2000 Parkway St., Apt. A-109, said someone broke into her residence and stole a $500 42-inch flat screen television, $200 32-inch flat screen television, $50 DVD player, Comcast cable box, $300 in cash, a $250 gold chain, a wedding band and emerald studded earrings.

Florence Strong, 3901 Susan Circle, said someone stole her $20 Tazer.

May 22

Thomas Sanders, 1904 W. 13th St., said someone broke into his home by damaging his $150 sliding glass window and upon entry stole a $300 Sony Playstation 3, $500 40-inch flat screen television, and $50 nylon duffle bag.

Tony Le, 321 W. D Ave., said $20 of damage was done to his wood door frame when someone broke in and upon entry stole a $260 lawn mower, $50 electric chain saw and $50 electric leaf blower.

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