Crime reports

Gary Henderson, an employee at the city of Lumberton Public Works Department, located on South Cedar Street in Lumberton, reported Monday that someone came onto the property and stole a Milwaukee 28V impact wrench kit, valued at $474.77; a Milwaukee M18 break grinder kit, valued at $434.09; a Dewalt 20V hammer driver, valued at $200; a Dewalt 20V Impact Driver, valued at $200; and a Dewalt reciprocating saw, valued at $200.

Carla Monds, a manager at Robeson Health Care Corporation, located at 402 Pine St. in Lumberton, reported Monday that someone broke into a car by prying open the window and attempted to hot wire the car, damaging the ignition and steering column, valued at $800, and the driver’s seat base, valued at $200. Damage to the window was valued at $100.

Hulan Chavis reported Monday to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office that someone stole his firearm at McQueen Road in Shannon.

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

David Dorse, Mt. Tabor Road, Red Springs; Debbie Lynn Locklear, Stanton Road, Maxton; and Charles Ivey, N.C. 130 East, Orrum.