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Sept. 11

Karolyn May reported a break-in to two vehicles at 1036 Summer St. Missing were ID, a vaping pen and credit and debit cards.

A hammer drill was reported stolen from a vehicle at Red Roof Inn, 1125 E. Grand Ave.

Horace Chambers reported a theft of money at the Kings Inn, 2101 Central Ave.

Kenneth Wheatley III reported a theft of a tarp, hose, reel, cord and ladder at 430 Central Ave.

Kimberly Erkman reported a break-in to a vehicle at 110 Pineview St. Missing was money.

Jacob Tackett reported a theft of a rifle at 320 Highline St.

Valin Burnett reported a theft of money, sunglasses and medications at Fat Jack's, 101 Central Ave.

Aaron Brewer reported a burglary at 119 Carlton Terrace. Missing was a handgun.

Walgreens, 3631 Central Ave., reported a theft of medications.

Sept. 12

Ajeenah Lateefah Safee reported a burglary at 103 Calli Lane. Missing were jewelry, a PlayStation 4 game and clothing.

Eric King reported a burglary at 425 Autumn St., Apt. 1 Missing were medications.

Alton L. Crawford reported a break-in to a vehicle at 271 Lake Hamilton Drive. Missing were sunglasses, medications and ID.

Lana Braun reported a theft of a brown 2012 Chevrolet Malibu at 510 Orange St.

Richard Davis reported a theft of a wallet, money and ID at Walmart, 4019 Central Ave.

Sadie Decker reported a break-in to a vehicle at 135 Lakepointe Cove. Missing were miscellaneous papers.

Mallory Whitten reported a theft of a car battery at 224 Sonnet St.

Walmart, 1601 Albert Pike Road, reported a theft of fishing poles and line string.

Sept. 13

Mary Pharr reported a break-in to a vehicle at 1400 Carpenter Dam Road. Missing were glasses, a checkbook and credit or debit cards.

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

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