Rob report

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Type of theft: Burglary/Breaking & Entering

Location: Twin Oaks, Dogwood Circle, Summerville

Date: Nov. 25, 2013

Time of day: 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Items stolen: 17 pieces of jewelry

Total value: $20,000

Incident report details: When the victim arrived home she saw her back door was kicked in and open. When police arrived they did a protective sweep, discovering a bureau drawer had been removed from the dresser and placed on the bed. The victim itemized the missing pieces of jewelry for the police and police processed the scene for fingerprints.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police

Type of theft: Burglary/Breaking & Entering

Location: Fairington Dr., Kings Grant, Summerville

Date: Nov. 22, 2013

Time of day: 9 a.m. to 2:15 p.m.

Items stolen: 55-inch 3-D TV, X-Box, Jewelry, computers, household goods.

Total value: $4,362

Incident report details: The victim told police that the day before the burglary she had dealt with a black male, 30-40 years of age, about 160 pounds, 6 feet tall, selling magazines. On the day of the burglary, she arrived home to find the front door forced open. She called police and they cleared the residence. She then discovered items missing from the living room and master bedroom.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office

Type of theft: Larceny

Location: Central Ave., Summerville

Date: Nov. 23 to 24, 2013

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

Items stolen: Construction trailer, ladders, generator

Total value: $8,500

Incident report details: The victim told police that when he arrived at work he observed that his black 2013, 12-foot by 6-foot dump trailer was missing. The trailer contained ladders and a generator. Although the trailer did not have a lock on the tongue, he had left a lift crane with the extensions on the trailer. He told police someone had moved the lift crane to steal the trailer.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police


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