The following items were reported stolen:

• 10/12/17 – Tarheel Lane, Orangeburg: The following items were stolen: two black Vizio flatscreen televisions, a black PlayStation 3 with controllers, 15 PlayStation games, about $200 in cash and smaller items. The value of the stolen items is $3,810.

• 10/11/17 – Broughton Street, Orangeburg: A white Ford 2000 pickup truck was stolen. It is valued at $12,000.

• 10/11/17 – Cannon Bridge Road, Orangeburg: $2,000 worth of cigarettes were stolen.

• 10/11/17 – Roosevelt Gardens, Orangeburg: Someone stole a 52-inch television and laptop computer. The value of the items is $1,300.

• 10/11/17 – Bryan Drive, Orangeburg: An air conditioning unit was stolen. It is valued at $5,000.

• 10/10/17 – Old Edisto Drive, Orangeburg: Someone stole a 2017 black Pitts 42-foot trailer valued at $23,000.

• 10/10/17 – Rowesville Road, Orangeburg: $5,500 worth of copper wiring was stolen from a building.

• 10/10/17 – Riser Road, Bowman: Someone stole six mattresses, one box spring set, a washing machine and two couches. The value of the stolen items is $1,800.

• 10/9/17 – Louise Drive, Orangeburg: a 4-foot-by-6-foot trailer and black Craftsman riding lawnmower were stolen. The value of the items is $850.

• 10/9/17 – Cannon Bridge Road, Orangeburg: A riding lawnmower valued at $1,000 was stolen.

• 10/6/17 – Woodford Road, North: Someone stole cash and prescription medication worth $2,000.

• 10/6/17 – Cherry Lane, Orangeburg: A rusted black utility trailer with mismatched tires was stolen. It is valued at $1,700.

• 10/4/17 – Middle Willow Road, Neeses: The following items were stolen: a Hisense television, a window air conditioning unit, a bolt-action rifle with a scope, a woodgrain/blue steel shotgun, $50 in loose change and a battery for 1996 Ford F250. The items are valued at $1,470.

• 10/4/17 – Edisto Drive, Orangeburg: Six half-gallons of Crown Royal, two half-gallons of apple-flavored Crown, 15 fifths of apple-flavored Crown and two boxes of Jack Daniels were stolen. The value of the stolen whiskey is $1,200.

• 10/4/17 – Hayes Street, Orangeburg: Someone stole a 1985 Chevrolet Silverado valued at $8,000.

• 10/4/17 – Garland Road, Rowesville: The following items were stolen: $5,000 in collectible toy Hess trucks, a rice cooker and a cast iron pot. The value of the items is $5,105.

• 10/3/17 - Neeses Highway, Orangeburg: $4,500 was stolen from the safe at Dollar General.

• 10/3/17 - Beef Jerky Road, Orangeburg: Someone stole a Husqvarna FX69 zero-turn mower with a 48-inch cut deck and a black 10-by-5 foot trailer. The items are valued at $3,900.

• 10/3/17 - Briar Cliff Avenue, Orangeburg: The following items were stolen: $1,600 in clothing and shoes, a Sony PlayStation4, four Sony PlayStation4 games, an LG cellphone and an electronic tablet. The items are valued at $2,830.

• 10/2/17 - Freedom Road, Branchville: Someone stole a $5,000 champion hunting dog.

• 10/2/17 - Estate Street, Orangeburg: A black trailer about 6 feet wide and 12 feet long was stolen. It has a non-functioning tail light and the hitch will not lock. It is valued at $3,500.

• 9/28/17 - Shillings Bridge Road, Orangeburg: Someone stole a 2017 blue Infiniti sedan valued at $40,000.

• 9/28/17 - Hampton Road, Orangeburg: The following items were stolen: a 45-inch flatscreen Samsung television, a 30-inch Samsung flatscreen television, a 40-inch flatscreen Samsung television, a Microsoft Xbox gaming system with controllers and a Sony Playstation3 with one controller. The items are valued at $3,500.

• 9/28/17 - Old State Road, Holly Hill: A 2007 Suzuki GSX-R600 was stolen. It is valued at $4,000.

• 9/27/17 – Old Number Six Highway, Eutawville: Someone stole a 2014 Down To Earth 6-by-12 foot utility trailer valued at $1,600.

• 9/27/17 – Buckley Street, Orangeburg: $15,000 in cash was stolen from an unsecured vehicle.

• 9/27/17 – John C. Calhoun Drive, Orangeburg: Someone stole two purses, 40 10-milligram tablets of OxyContin, a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol and collectible currency. The value of the stolen items is $5,345.

Dates reflect when the crime was reported in The T&D.

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