A Vine Street woman called deputies on Friday morning to report that she’s missing her wallet, which contained $4,000, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.
She told deputies that around 6:30 p.m. on the previous day, she went to pay her neighbor $10 for babysitting her child.
She then returned home and some neighbors came inside her residence.
The woman placed her wallet on the living room table and walked into another room.
When she returned to the living room, her wallet was no longer there and her neighbors were in the yard, the report said.
She told deputies she’s checked with her neighbors and searched other places and couldn’t locate her wallet.
In other reports:
- A man reported Saturday morning that someone stole his 2011 white camper from a location on Creek Mill Road in North. The camper was locked and valued at $7,500.
- Someone stole three televisions from a Tyler Road home in Norway sometime between Friday and Sunday, according to the homeowner. The following televisions were stolen: a 50-inch Samsung, a 40-inch Panasonic and a 50-inch SmartTV.
The value of the stolen televisions is $1,023.
- A Neeses Highway man called deputies on Friday morning to report that someone stole his 15-foot black utility trailer. The trailer had a 2,100-pound towing capacity with a single axle.
It is valued at $4,200.
- A Riley Road resident reported Monday afternoon that someone broke into her Cordova residence and stole the following items: a Microsoft Xbox One gaming system, a Microsoft Xbox 360 gaming system, two Xbox games, a 45-inch television and a jar of loose change.
The value of the stolen items is $1,500.