Crime spree through unlocked vehicles at Weatherstone

  • Friday, December 20, 2013

Between Dec. 9 and 11, suspicious activity and thefts from motor vehicles struck the Weatherstone subdivision in Summerville.

Summerville Police responded to multiple calls from residents on Avonshire Dr. and two from residents on Delafield Dr.

While two residents were fortunate in that although their center consoles and glove compartments were rummaged through with things thrown about their vehicles, which had been left unlocked, nothing appeared to have been stolen. Others, however, were not so lucky.

One resident reported her Garmin GPS missing as well as sunglasses from her unlocked vehicle. Total value – $230. Another reported sunglasses, a Coach purse and cash were stolen from her unlocked vehicle. Total value – $420.

In one resident’s unlocked vehicle was a red Target bag containing sunglasses and the Garmin GPS stolen from another resident. However an envelope containing $89 in cash from Summit Church was missing. And yet another resident had a green iPod stolen – valued at $150. On Delafield Dr., a resident called police when she saw someone going into her garage although she doesn’t think anything was stolen. Another called police to report that a toolbox in the garage had been opened and tampered with.


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