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Thefts


Kayla Melere reported Monday that a cell phone, valued at $849, was stolen from U.S. Cellular on North Elm Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Allen Farris reported Monday that a pair of jeans, valued at $38, was stolen from JCPenney on North Elm Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Edgar Joseph Davis, of West 15th Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that his motorcycle, valued at $4,000, was stolen from his residence, according to a police report.


Rhonda Maria Masters, of Yorkchester Drive, Fayetteville, reported Tuesday that the tags were stolen from her vehicle while it was parked at Janie Hargrave Elementary on Hargrave Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Becky McDonald of Pea Bridge Road, Laurinburg, reported Monday that someone broke into her car while it was parked on Oakridge Boulevard in Lumberton and stole $105 in items and a $100 Visa gift card, according to a police report.


Ronnie Hunt reported Monday an undisclosed amount of cash was stolen from Burger King on Fayetteville Road, according to a police report.


Andre, Cole and Daniel Carter, of Surry Drive, reported Monday that they were robbed in the Schoolview Mobile Home Park by an armed person who stole $85 in cash and $40 in other items from them, according to a police report.


Lori Prince reported Tuesday that someone pried open the propane storage unit at Minute Man on Elizabethtown Road, Lumberton, causing $50 in damage to the unit, and stole 10 propane tanks, valued at $539.99, according to a police report.


James Allen Hammonds, of Cheryl Road, Pembroke, reported Monday that someone broke into his car while it was parked at the Lumberton Flea Market on East Second Street and stole $100 in medication, according to a police report.


Robbie Revels, of Oak Point Court, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone broke into his home and stole $3,799 worth of electronics and $160 worth of clothing, according to a police report.

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