Rob Report

  • Wednesday, May 29, 2013

 Type of theft: Motor Vehicle
Location: Laurel Ridge Road, No. Charleston
Date: May 15 –16
Time of day: 7:30 p.m. – 6 a.m.
Items stolen: 2003 Corvette
Total value: $8,000
Incident report details: When the vehicle owner woke up and went to get in his car to go to work, he discovered it missing from the driveway of his residence. He told police he had left the car secured the evening before.
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Lowe’s, 1207 No. Main St., Summerville
Date: May 17
Time of day: 4 p.m.
Items stolen:  Money
Total value: $800
Incident report details: The victim withdrew $1,000 cash from her bank, which was place in a money envelope. She then went to Lowe’s to pick up a few items. At the check-out she took the envelope with the cash out of her purse and set it on the counter. Deciding to pay instead with a credit card, she completed her purchase and left the store without putting the envelope of cash back in her purse. When she realized she had left her money she called the store and was told someone had turned n an envelope with cash in it. However, there was only $200 remaining in the envelope. The manager viewed  video surveillance which shows an unknown suspect stealing the envelope and walking to the far parking lot. The suspect then returns to the store and turns in the envelope. Police  took the envelope to retrieve fingerprints
Responding agency: Summerville Police Dept.
Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Alwyn Blvd., Summerville
Date: May 18
Time of day: 10:45 a.m.
Items stolen: Money
Total value: $66
Incident report details: Complainant was moving in to a residence and had a refrigerator delivered and installed in his absence. He signed the paperwork for the refrigerator and went to get money from a drawer with which to tip the movers and discovered it was gone.
Responding agency: Summerville Police Dept.


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