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Rob Report

  • Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Cady Drive, Summerville
Date: April 15
Time of day: 5 p.m.
Items stolen: Central air conditioning unit
Total value: #3,500
Incident report details: Employee arrived at the job site and while assessing the day’s work, discovered the air condition unit was missing. The main power line had been cut .
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: DCSO
 
Type of theft: Larceny
Location: 1140 Boonehill Road, Summerville
Date: April 21
Time of day: 1 p.m.
Items stolen: Central air conditioning unit
Total value: $5,000
Incident report details: During a service at the Lighthouse Christian Center, complainant noticed the air condition was not on. After the service he went to check it and discovered the unit was missing. The main power line had been cut at the box and the ductwork had also been cut.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: SPD
 
Type of theft: Grand Larceny
Location: 241 Renau Boulevard, Summerville
Date:  April 29
Time of day: Midnight
Items stolen: Boat motor
Total value: $4,000
Incident report details: Complainant, who is caretaker of a boat storage lot reported the fence had been cut and a white with a red stripe, 70 horsepower, two-stroke Johnson Outboard motor on a Boston Whaler had been stolen.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: SPD

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