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Crime report

By Sarah Willets

May 14, 2014

Thefts


Paul Carroll, of Marvin Drive, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone stole his $20 wallet and $45 in cash from him at China King on West Second Street, according to a police report.


Donald Southern, of McPhail Road, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone broke into his car at Walmart on Fayetteville Road and stole a Jennings .25-caliber pistol, valued at $125, and a Stallard 9 mm pistol, valued at $200, according to a police report.


Jerry Locklear, of East Ninth Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone with a knife broke into his house and robbed him of a $500 pair of diamond earrings, a $300 pair of Timberland boots, $700 in cash and a wallet containing bank and identification cards, according to a police report.


Parth Patel, of West 31st Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that his $600 Mongoose bicycle was stolen, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Marion Thompson reported Tuesday that someone caused $500 in damage to a storage door window at the Robeson County History Museum on South Elm Street in Lumberton by throwing bricks at it, according to a police report.


Johnny MacDonald reported Tuesday that someone used a bat to hit a car that belongs to Wilkins Auto Sales, causing $500 in damage, according to a police report.


Break-ins


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


Graddy Wayne Humphrey, of Barker Ten Mile Road, Lumberton; Gene Grant Locklear, of Noa Drive, Maxton; Wayne Levon Rabon, of Simmons Drive, Lumberton; Alamac Grocery, on Alamac Road, Lumberton; and Ronald Revels, of U.S. 301 North, St. Pauls.