A North man said somebody broke into his shed on Redmond Hill Road and stole two generators and a bag of tools over the weekend.
When deputies responded to a call from the man at 12:47 p.m. on Sunday, he told them his Genrac 7500-watt generator, a Northern Tool 4500-watt generator and a yellow bag of DeWalt brand tools were stolen.
The stolen items are valued at $1,600, the report states.
In other reports:
- An Iricks Pond Road resident reported that when she returned home at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, she discovered that someone had stolen a 55-inch Samsung television.
It is valued at $1,000.
A Kings Road resident called deputies at 4:58 a.m. on Tuesday to report that unknown suspects had apparently burglarized about five storage sheds, including hers.
She reported that a set of 22-inch black and chrome rims were stolen. They are valued at $2,200.
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A Columbia man returned to a Glover Street auto business on Friday to retrieve his 2004 Ford Mustang, which he’d left there since Aug. 10.
When the man arrived at the business at 7:30 p.m. to pick up his vehicle, he noticed that the stereo system in the vehicle was missing. Also missing from the vehicle was a gray speaker box containing two 10-inch Kicker Comp C speakers and a 1200-watt JL Audio amplifier, he reported.
The business owner told him that the only person who had worked on his vehicle was no longer employed there, the report states.
The missing equipment is valued at $1,900.