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Thefts


Alexander Sandiago, of East First Street, Lumberton, reported Monday that he was robbed at gunpoint at PJ’s Store on East Second Street of a $100 Samsung cell phone, immigration papers valued at $15 and a debit card, according to a police report.


Earl Edwards, of National Avenue, Lumberton, reported Monday that his Taurus silver and brown revolver, valued at $300, was stolen, according to a police report.


John Krisch, of Elizabethtown Road, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone broke into his storage unit, causing $50 in damage, and stole $200 worth of items including a tool box and tools, according to a police report.


Thomas Lynn Locklear, of Fairgrove Road, Fairmont, reported Monday that his $28 registration plate was stolen at Hardee’s on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Janann Powers, of Crandlemier Road, Lumberton, reported Monday that $400 in damage was done to a window and a door at her home, according to a police report.


Break-ins


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


Michael Kevin Revels, of Revels Road, Maxton; Harold Randy Allen, of Deep Branch Road, Pembroke; John Hollingsworth, of Rex Church Road, Lumber Bridge; Nathan Ray Locklear, of Singletary Road, Lumberton; and Raul Castillo Amador, of N.C. 71 North, Maxton.

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