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Thefts


Melissa Davis, of East Broad Street, St. Pauls, reported Monday that someone broke into her car at Southeastern Lifestyle Fitness Center on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton and stole her $85 blue Fossil wallet, a concealed carry gun permit valued at $150 and various bank, identification and store cards, according to a police report.


Launtrice McMillian, of Lovett Road, Lumberton, reported Monday that a $205 black 32-inch Vizio television was stolen from her home, according to a police report.


Terry Lee, of Swan Drive, Lumberton, reported a $300 Poulan riding lawn mower, a $100 red push mower, a $50 red Weed-eater and a $50 white leaf blower stolen on Friday, according to a police report.


Valentin Regino reported Monday that someone broke into seven vehicles at Auto Repair and Body Shop on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, stole $870 worth of batteries and car stereos and caused $400 in damage to the cars’ cables and a dashboard, according to a police report.


Linda Carpenter, of Taylor Street, Red Springs, reported Monday that her $28 registration plate was stolen at Biggs Park Mall, according to a police report.


Roger Martin reported Monday that a $600 green plastic fence cover was stolen from the Lumberton Racket Club on Fayetteville Road, according to a police report.


Officer Stephen Jacobs reported Monday that someone broke into Soap City on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, causing $400 in damage to a window, and stole $20 in cash from a vending machine, causing $100 in damage to the machine, according to a police report.


Larcelar McArthur, of Martin Luther King Drive, Lumberton, reported Monday that a $1,300 47-inch Samsung television and a $700 Dell computer were stolen from his home, according to a police report.


Robert DiCocco, of Harrelson Road, Clarkton, reported Sunday that he was robbed at gunpoint of $700 in cash, $40 worth of Percocet pills, $500 worth of jewelry and a $600 Samsung cell phone on Lee Circle in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Vernon Allen reported Monday that someone broke into a 2004 Ford Explorer at Campbell’s Used Car on North Pine Street in Lumberton, causing $400 in damage to a window and the ignition, according to a police report.


Byung Min reported Monday that $400 in damage was done to a door at Beauty World on West Second Street in Lumberton during a break-in, according to a police report.


Reginald Griffin Jr., of Lochwood Drive, Cary, reported Friday that someone broke into Outer Banks BBQ on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, which he owns, causing $800 in damage to the sheet metal, $1,000 in damage to the wiring and panel boxes and $800 in damage to the door and lock, according to a police report.

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