Rob Report

  • Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Donna Drive, Summerville Heights, Summerville
Date: July 3, 2013
Time of day: 11:30 p.m.
Items stolen: Dirt Bike
Total value: $600
Incident report details: The owner of a dirt bike reported to police that she last saw the bike the night of July 3 and discovered it missing July 4 around 11 p.m. The bike, a 2003 Honda XR 80, is red and black with a white #26 on the back. The owner was home during the period the bike was taken but heard nothing.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency:  Summerville Police Department
 
Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Brownsville, No. Hickory St., Summerville
Date: April 1 - July 5, 2013
Time of day:  8 a.m.
Items stolen: Weed eaters, tackle box, blower.
Total value: $800
Incident report details: The victim told police that since April he has had things stolen so “thieves have moved into the neighborhood.” Sometime in April a fishing tackle box and tackle, valued at $100 was taken. A month later a Huskavarna brand blower worth $300 was stolen and over the holiday weekend two “weed eaters” valued at $300 and $100 were stolen. There were no witnesses.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department
 
Type of theft: Theft from Building
Location: Knightsville Storage, Orangeburg Rd., Summerville
Date: Between June 3 and July 6, 2013
Time of day: 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Items stolen: Clothing, household goods, antiques
Total value: $8,000
Incident report details: The victim told police that everything in her storage unit was intact when she was there in June but when she returned in July there were things missing including six or seven offshore fishing rods and reels, bins of hunting clothes, pictures and two antique sewing machines. The unit was locked when she arrived and her key worked fine. No one else has a key to the unit she told police.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department

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