Rob report

  • Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Type of theft: Larceny

Location: Yerby at Amber Rd., Summerville

Date: Dec. 16 to 19, 2013

Time of day: 5 p.m. to 9 a.m.

Items stolen: Stop sign

Total value: $135

Incident report details: The complainant – Dorchester County Public Works – told deputies that for the second time the stop sign at the intersection of Yerby and Amber Roads had been stolen.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office

Type of theft: Burglary/Breaking and Entering

Location: Limehouse Villas, Summerville

Date: Dec. 11, 2013

Time of day: 12:30 to 6:30 p.m.

Items stolen: Jewelry

Total value: $2,000

Incident report details: The complainant told police when she arrived home she noticed the victim’s bedroom door was open and the lights were on. She went upstairs to her bedroom and noticed all her drawers were open although nothing was missing. A third roommate arrived on scene but nothing was missing from her room. Only one room had missing jewelry.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police

Type of theft: Larceny

Location: Radio Shack, N. Main St., Summerville

Date: Dec. 30, 2013

Time of day: 3 p.m.

Items stolen: Tools

Total value: $907/$100 – damage

Incident report details: The complainant told police that a shipping container had been broken into by someone using a cutting torch but nothing was taken. The complainant said the store surveillance video showed a subject cutting open the container. Later in the video it showed a subject breaking the lock on a storage shed and removing tools. The complainant supplied police with a video of the heavy-set black male and his vehicle.

Suspect(s): Unknown

Responding agency: Summerville Police


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