Rob report

  • Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Type of theft: Theft

Location: Home Depot, Summerville

Date: Nov. 1, 2013

Time of day: 8 a.m.

Items stolen: Trailers

Total value: $3,200

Incident report details: The manager of Home Depot reported to police Dec. 3, that two trailers had been stolen on Nov. 1. Home Depot has a 30-day grace period to make sure the trailers – which were rented out through Penske Truck Leasing, weren’t returned to another Penske location. The trailers are Demco, all metal, single axle tow dolly trailers.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police



Type of theft: Burglary/Breaking & Entering

Location: Robynwyn, Lilac Dr., Summerville

Date: Nov. 22 to Dec. 3, 2013

Time of day: Noon to 5 p.m.

Items stolen: Furniture

Total value: $1,400

Incident report details: The victim reported to police that while she was out of town, her neighbor contacted her by phone to report that Rent-a-Center was at her residence removing her furniture. The neighbor told police that two men were seen throwing furniture out of the house onto the front lawn. The victim said only some of the rented furniture was taken and that she was behind on her bill. Rent-a-Center acknowledged removing the furniture. However, a laptop, DJ center and speakers were also missing. Rent-a-Center claimed the door was unlocked.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police



Type of theft: Larceny

Location: JoAnn’s Fabrics, North Main Market, Summerville

Date: Nov. 25 to Nov. 26

Time of day: 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Items stolen: Air condition sections

Total value: $150, $15,000 – in damages

Incident report details: Police responded to a report of damage to a roof air conditioning unit. Suspect accessed the roof and stole two sections of a Carrier air handler roof unit, each section approximately four- by five-feet wide, three-inch coils.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police

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