Rob report

  • Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Type of theft: Burglary/Breaking and Entering

Location: Prudential Insurance, No. Gum St., Summerville

Date: Oct. 30-31 2013

Time of day: 6 p.m. to 7:20 a.m.

Items stolen: Laptop

Total value: $400

Incident report details: SPD was dispatched in reference to a burglary. The complainant showed the officer a broken front door window, and said a black laptop with a cracked screen was missing from a desk. The complainant was concerned because a large amount of client information was on the laptop. Police were able to lift a number of latent fingerprints.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police Department



Type of theft: Larceny

Location: Boone Hill Rd., Summerville

Date: Oct. 21 to Nov. 1, 2013

Time of day: 10:30 – 10:30 a.m.

Items stolen: Four AC units

Total value: $8,000

Incident report details: Police were called to the scene for a report of four AC units being stolen.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police Department

Type of theft: Burglary/Breaking and Entering

Location: Robynwyn, Summerville

Date: Oct. 28, 2013

Time of day: 11 p.m.

Items stolen: Firearm and cell phone

Total value: $700

Incident report details: Police responded in reference to an armed robbery. Police were told three unknown males had forced their way into the residence and stolen a shotgun and an iPhone. One of the victims, a juvenile, told police he had been “pistol whipped.” He was transported to SMC. Police observed that the front door had been forced open and observed a shoe print on the door. They observed the interior in disarray with furniture knocked over and mattresses flipped. Another victim told police he had hidden behind the couch and after the men had left had gone into the back bedroom where his juvenile stepson was. The stepson told him he had been hit with a handgun. The victim told police one of the men was from the neighborhood and he gave police the man’s cell phone number.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police Department

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