Robeson County crime report


Thefts

Helen Washington, of Allison Street, Fairmont, reported Tuesday that someone broke into her car at Golden Living on Willis Avenue in Lumberton, causing $100 in damage to the window, and stole a $100 pocketbook, her license, checks and Social Security card, according to a police report.

Pransio Bonicio, of Dixie Road, Red Springs, reported Tuesday that a 2001 white Ford F150 valued at $8,000 and belonging to Dale Locklear, of Redberry Lane, Raeford, was stolen from 211 Quick Stop on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Chris Jackson reported Monday that a $179 television and $299 electric scooter were stolen from Walmart on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report. Jackson also reported Monday that three bicycles valued at $240 were stolen from Walmart, according to a police report.

Mitchell and Libby Cain, of Lafayette Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone broke into their home and storage building, causing $1,200 in damage to the doors, and stole a $300 Ruger handgun, a $250 shotgun, two televisions valued at $300 and $800 and a $700 Toshiba laptop, according to a police report.

Richard Hanson, of West 24th Street, Lumberton, reported Monday that a $300 television, a $40 Marine Corp knife and a coin collection valued at $10,000 were stolen from his home during a break-in, according to a police report.

Cathy Hargrove, of Elizabethtown Road, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone broke into her car at her house and stole $400 worth of stereo equipment, according to a police report.

Millard Locklear, of Nina Road, Maxton, reported Tuesday that someone broke into his car at WoodHaven on Pine Run Drive, causing $200 in damage to a window, and stole a $20 purse and bank and ID cards, according to a police report.

Break-ins

The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:

Rosemary Burns, of Eddie Sampson Road, Lumberton; Dana Locklear, of Deep Branch Road, Pembroke; and Teresa Willoughby, of Smith Mill Road, Lumberton.

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