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Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office

An 18-year old Orangeburg woman says her ex-boyfriend shot at her vehicle Saturday evening, according to an incident report.

The incident happened around 7:30 p.m. as the woman was driving to her home.

The woman said her ex spotted a passenger in her car.

She claims he shot at her vehicle, possibly because he thought her passenger was a man.

The four to five gunshots missed the vehicle and no one was injured in the incident, the report said.

In other reports:

• A 72-year-old Orangeburg man says he’s been storing items in his car since a June fire damaged his home. Now people are stealing his stuff.

He reported a four-foot bronze sculpture valued at $6,500 and an antique bronze cash register valued at $1,500 were stolen from the rear of his 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe.

The man said the items were in the vehicle because his house was damaged in a fire.

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The man has been displaced from his home due to repairs and renovations.

The man said he does not have the documentation on the value of the items as it was destroyed in the house fire.

• A Neeses man says his 2010 gray Toyota Camry 4S is missing, along with his debit card and $80 from his wallet.

The vehicle is valued at $4,000.

• A 2004 brown Nissan Maxima was reported stolen from Blewer's Automotive.

The vehicle was stolen from the Bamberg Road dealership on the morning of Oct. 28. It is valued at $2,000.

• A Cordova man had his 2004 red Dodge Durango stolen Sunday night from his Open Drive residence.

The victim said the car was open with the keys located in the car's ash tray, the incident report said.

The Durango is valued at $2,000.

• A Cameron woman took her burgundy 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee to a Charleston Highway residence for repairs on Saturday, Nov. 2. When she went back to pick her vehicle up a week later, it was gone.

The woman said she did not have the phone number of the person fixing her vehicle, but she had conducted business with him in the past.

The vehicle is valued at $2,000.

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