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July 3

Leon T. Robinson Jr. reported a theft of a weed trimmer and leaf blower at 411 Palmetto St.

Emily Garcia reported a theft of a cellphone at Walmart, 1601 Albert Pike Road.

Ashley Wright reported a burglary at 132 Wood St. Missing were a PlayStation 4 and controllers.

July 4

John Klein reported a theft of a red Italian bicycle at 217 Sulphur St.

Pamela M. Parker reported a theft of medications at 110 Dell St.

July 5

Victoria D. Brenneman reported a break-in to a vehicle at 711 Central Ave. Missing were a backpack, headphones, disk drive and perfume.

Reginald Sturgis and Laura Reed reported a break-in to a vehicle at IHOP, 3837 Central Ave. Missing were credit and debit cards, a purse, ID and money.

Moises A. Lopez reported a break-in to a vehicle at 1804 Summer St. Missing were a weed trimmer and a leaf blower.

Tripp Estinbaum reported a theft of a chain saw and toolbox at Hampton Inn, 151 Temperance Hill Road.

Steve Cordell reported a break-in to a vehicle at Harbor Freight, 3818 Central. Nothing was noted missing in the report.

Dragan Vicentic reported a break-in to a vehicle at 119 Winding Ridge St. Missing were miscellaneous tools, a toilet, sink, vanity lights and a ceiling fan.

Michael and April Galloway reported a break-in to a vehicle at National Park Medical Center, 1910 Malvern Ave. Missing were a wallet, ID and credit and debit cards.

Walmart, 1601 Albert Pike, reported a theft of merchandise.

July 6

Sandra Roseann Blake reported a break-in to a vehicle at 327 E. Grand Ave. Nothing was noted missing in the report.

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