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Thefts


Luther James Humphrey, of Kinlaw Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone broke into his house, causing $150 in damage to the window screens, and stole a 24-inch Philips television valued at $250, an 18-inch Philips television valued at $200 and a $300 Acer laptop, according to a police report.


Marcus Antuawn Brown, of Meadowmount Lane, Fayetteville, reported Wednesday that his red Toyota Echo, valued at $3,000, was stolen at Shop & Save on East Second Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Vincent Anthony Thomas, of Oakwood Avenue, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that someone stole from his home two Black & Decker cordless drills valued at a total of $150, a jig saw valued at $80 and a sander valued at $50, according to a police report.


J.W. Hammonds reported Wednesday that someone stole a $1,200 air conditioning unit from an apartment on East 17th Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Amber Eddy, of Carthage Road, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that someone broke into her car and stole $1,500 in cash, according to a police report.


August George Weibe, of Carthage Road, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that someone broke into his car and stole a $100 GPS system and $2 in coins, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Ashley Hunt, of Meadowview Road, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that someone broke into her home through a window and tore down the blinds, causing $50 in damage, according to a police report.


Break-ins


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


Elliott Eugene Davis, of Centerville Church Road, Fairmont; Ronald Revels, of U.S. 301 North, St. Pauls; Jimmy Bullard, of Shannon Road, Shannon; Renee Campbell, of Biggs Road, Rowland; Arrin Ozell Baker, of Evergreen Church Road, Pembroke; and James Henderson Rouse, of Decker Road, St. Pauls.

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