LUMBERTON — Windows were busted out of three Lumberton businesses during the weekend, causing more than $2,000 damage, according to police reports filed on Monday.
Benji Taylor, of Jimi Ann’s Alterations and The Bargain House, at 1403 E. Fifth St., reported three windows to the building, valued at $900, were busted.
Annette Moses, of Badcock Home Furniture at 1950 Roberts Ave., reported that someone busted out a window in the front of the store, causing $600 damage. Moses also reported $350 damage to a dresser.
Kim Clark, of Sun-Do at 1811 E. Fifth St., also reported that a window to the business had been broken, causing $250 damage.
None of the businesses reported items missing.
LUMBERTON — Tommy Watkins, of Fifth Street, reported on Monday that someone entered an unlocked storage building at his home and took a bicycle valued at $149, according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — Christy Beal, of West 17th Street, reported on Friday that an acquaintance took a ring valued at $200 from her home, according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — Patrick McDonald, of Hardin Road, reported on Saturday that someone took his 2008 Schwinn Stingray bicycle, valued at $250, from his backyard, according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — William Huggins, of Chippewa Street, reported on Sunday that he found a newspaper vending machine belonging to The Robesonian in woods near his home, according to the police report.
The $100 machine was taken from Bo’s Supermarket, at 301 N. Pine St., on Saturday night by two men in a dark pickup truck, according to the report.
LUMBERTON — Diedre Hines, of Ralph Hunt Boulevard in Orrum, reported on Sunday that an acquaintance took her 2003 Chrysler Town & Country van while it was parked at Cook Out at 2712 Roberts Ave., according to a police report.
LUMBERTON — Christopher McKee, of Fair Bluff Road, reported on Thursday that someone broke into a Pepsi vending machine at the Holiday Inn at 101 Wintergreen Drive, causing $200 damage to the machine, according to a police report.
More than $100 in change was taken from the machine, according to the report.
LUMBERTON — Chuan Sun, of J.L. Motors at 3481 Lackey St., reported on Monday that someone busted the front glass door of the business and took four mini dirt bikes valued at $4,000, according to a police report.
Sun reported $300 damage to the door.
The following people reported break-ins to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:
James Hunt, of U.S. 301 in Rowland; Talford Jacobs, of 49 Buddy’s Road in Pembroke; Kelita Cruz-Argueta, of Ronald Boulevard in Lumberton; Eve Hunt, of N.C. 41 in Lumberton; Leverne Martin, of Squirrell Lane in Maxton; Sandy Jacobs, of Desper Lee in Pembroke; Georgina Locklear, of N.C. 711 in Maxton; Shellia Phillips, of N.C. 71 in Maxton; Teresa Locklear, of Cabinet Shop Road in Maxton; Pattie Langston, of N.C. 72 in Lumberton; Shirley Maynor, of Birdsong Drive in Parkton; Peggy Lowry, of N.C. 72 in Pembroke; Corey Chavis, of Mt. Olive Church Road in Lumberton; David McLean, of Josephine Drive in Lumberton; Lequita Bellamy, of Cunningham Circle in Lumberton; Willie Oxendine, of Dial Road in Pembroke; Ryan Davis, of Shannon Road in Lumberton; Shaniece Burnette, of East Robeson Drive in Lumberton; Chiquita Smith, of N.C. 211 in Lumberton; Martha Smith, of Old Allenton Road in Lumberton; and Elaine McNair, of Deer Stand Drive in Lumberton.