Crime report


First Posted: 7/23/2014

Thefts

Dione Bryant, of Lu Lu Drive, Red Springs, reported Monday that someone broke into her car at Smith’s Body Shop on North Roberts Avenue in Lumberton and stole $515 worth of items, including softball equipment, shoes and a drum, according to a police report.

Andrew Holloway reported Tuesday that someone broke into a car belonging to Wynn Site Work Inc. at Holiday Inn on Wintergreen Drive in Lumberton and stole a $1,200 saw and $300 worth of hand tools, according to a police report.

Angie Williamson, of Wesley Pines Road, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that her $400 Samsung Galaxy cell phone was stolen at Luther Britt Park, according to a police report.

Carla Franklin, of Amberleaf Drive, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that her pocketbook, an unknown amount of cash, keys, checks and a debit card were stolen from her at Food Lion on Elizabethtown Road, according to a police report.

Donna Show reported Tuesday that a gunman stole $20 worth of cigarettes and cigars from Sun Do on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Vandalism

Linda Carol Dunbar reported Tuesday that someone cut the wires under a vehicle at Contempora Fabrics on Contempora Drive in Lumberton, causing $200 in damage, according to a police report.

Break-ins

The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

Peggy Lesane, of Bowman Road, Lumberton; Sandy Baldwin, of Bowman Road, Lumberton; Lori Ann Sampson, of Whistling Rufus Road, Pembroke; William Lucas, of N.C. 71 North, Lumber Bridge; Tamara Oxendine, of North Chicken Road, Pembroke; Tony Bullard, of Recreation Center Road, Maxton; Juan Gaona,, of Meadow Road, Lumberton; Billy Joe Moore, of South Church Street, Parkton; Jill Mogalli, of Pine Log Road, Lumberton; and Terri Cummings, of Pleasant Hope Road, Fairmont.

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