Rob Report

  • Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Diving Duck Lane, Summerville
Date: August 30 to September 3
Time of day: 3 p.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Items stolen: 2007 Yellow Caterpillar mini excavator Model 303C
Total value: $35,000
Incident report details: Police were called to a vacant lot on Diving Duck Lane for a report of stolen construction equipment. The owner, Palmetto Concrete of Charleston, reported that sometime between 3 p.m. August 30 and 8:30 a.m. Sept. 3 the excavator was stolen.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
Type of theft: Burglary
Location: Planters Retreat, Ladson Road, Ladson
Date: August 30 to September 2
Time of day: 4 p.m. and 11 p.m.
Items stolen: TV, laptop, Playstation
Total value: $1,400
Incident report details: The victim reported to police that while she was away, over Labor Day weekend, someone broke into her apartment and stole her flat screen TV, a Playstation 2 and HP Probook laptop. She said her door was locked when she left and unlocked when she retuned. There was no sign of forced entry.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department
Type of theft: Burglary
Location: Sasportas, Sasportas Lane, Summerville
Date: August 11 to August 30
Time of day: 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Items stolen: Jewelry
Total value: $19,955
Incident report details: When the victim went to retrieve her husband’s Rolex watch to take it to the jeweler’s, she discovered missing jewelry. The jewelry box was stored in a walk-in closet in the master bedroom. Missing were the watch, a two-tone  (yellow and stainless steel) Submariner, valued at $5,800; a tennis bracelet, $3,060; two pairs of Diamond earrings, $600 and $350; gold bracelet, $295; gold S link tennis bracelet, $2,550; 35-stone S-link tennis bracelet, $7,300. The victim told police the house was often left unsecured but that she never saw any signs of disturbance.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department


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