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Thefts


Clark Garganus reported Tuesday that someone broke into Garganus Transport on South Cedar Street in Lumberton, stole a $250 radio and caused $17,200 in damage to several trucks, according to a police report.


Alice Bryan, of Godwin Avenue, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that her $500 Samsung S3 cell phone was stolen, according to a police report.


Mellisa Wilkins, of East 14th Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone broke into her shed and stole a $300 chop saw, according to a police report.


Rodger Floyd, of MacArthur Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that the tags, valued at $28, were stolen off of his vehicle, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Pedro Sanchez reported Tuesday that $200 in damage was done to a window and a door at Las Brisas restaurant on North Roberts Avenue in Lumberton and that $100 in damage was done to a door at Garibaldi, which is next door, during a break-in, according to a police report.


Break-ins


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


Kendrick Allen Burns, of Junkyard Lane, Shannon; Gregory Dial, of Cheraw Drive, Maxton; Nancy Locklear Dial, of Eddie Road, Pembroke; Tabitha Jones, of Ira Road, Lumberton; Jeffrey Kendrick McKoy, of Tailwinds Lane, St. Pauls; Delton Ray Dial, of Eddie Road, Pembroke; Kenneth Thompson, of Davis Bridge Road, Parkton; Lee Anthony Hunt, of Spruce Street, Proctorville; Alice Faye Allen, of King Tuck Road, St. Pauls; James Weldon Bartley, of Trixies Road, Pembroke; Kenneth Campbell, of Creek Road, Orrum; Lee Prevatte, of Littlefield Acres Loop Road, Lumberton; Mavis’ Florist, on N.C. 72 West, Lumberton; and Gerardo Lazaro-Jimenez, of North Fourth Street, St. Pauls.

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