Pamela Mitchell, of East 10th Street, Lumberton, reported Sunday that $200 she left in a fitting room at JCPenney on North Elm Street was stolen, according to a police report.
Latoya Braggs reported Sunday that two baskets, valued at $100, and $50 worth of laundry detergent were stolen from Dollar General on West Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.
Brenda Prease, of East 19th Street, Lumberton, reported Sunday that a $300 mower, $300 worth of tools and a $150 weed-eater were stolen from her shed, according to a police report.
Linda Leach reported Saturday that two rocking chairs valued at $200 were stolen from a home on California Drive in Lumberton, according to a police report.
Brittany McCormick, of Parmalee Drive, Lumberton, reported Saturday that someone broke into her house, causing $100 in damage to a window, and stole a $180 television, according to a police report.
Amanda Hill, of Water Street, Lumberton, reported Saturday that two pistols, valued at $280 and $200, and a $1,000 diamond ring were stolen from her car, according to a police report.
Betty Crawford reported Friday that a $800 iPad and a $50 iPad case were stolen from a room at Woodhaven Nursing and Alzheimer’s Care on Pine Run Drive, according to a police report.
John Britt, of Alamac Road, Lumberton, reported Friday that $958 worth of tools and batteries were stolen from his car at Lowes Home Improvement on Fayetteville Road, according to a police report.
Christcoe Todd, of Raleigh, reported Friday that his 1996 Ford Van, valued at $3,000, and $6,750 worth of items, including ladders, a paint sprayer and a pressure washer, were stolen at Village Station on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.
Rosalia Ramirez, of Case Street, Lumberton, reported Friday that someone broke into her storage building, causing $10 in damage to the lock, and stole a $150 mower, according to a police report.
Willie Atkinson, of Carolina Avenue, Lumberton, reported Thursday that someone broke into his house, causing $100 in damage to a window, and stole two televisions, valued at $200 and $300; $100 in cash; and a $600 laptop, according to a police report.
Brian Hunt, of East Fifth Street, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone hit his car with a hammer, causing $300 in damage, according to a police report.
The following break-ins were reported to the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office:
Calvin Overstreet, of Chris Road, Lumber Bridge; Lukie Sinclair, of East Great Marsh Church Road, St. Pauls; Judy Hunt, of N.C. 130 West, Maxton; Carl Ward, of Regan Church Road, Lumberton; Ailene Campbell, of Thomas Drive, Lumberton; Candi Blackmon, of Ridgefield Drive, Lumberton; Antonieta Mata-Sanchez, of McBridge Road, Red Springs; Neryna Caballero, of Russell Road, Shannon; Ashley Hunt, of Bronford Road, Pembroke; Kendra Lambert, of Alamac Road, Lumberton; Vernie Jacobs, of Jay Cee Hut Road, Pembroke; Darius Pour-Mohammad, of Sportman Drive, Pembroke; Jerome Sanders, of N.C. 71 North, Maxton; Greysi Lopez, of Karo Drive, Shannon; Shawn Maynor, of Cabinet Shop Road, Rowland; Christopher Walsh, of Versaw Circle, St. Pauls; Adlean Jacobs, on N.C. 130 West, Maxton; Christine Mathis, of Shaw Mill Road, St. Pauls; Dennis Powers, of Barker Ten Mile Road, St. Pauls; Samuel Poole, of Marley Drive, Lumberton; Elizabeth Ceja, of Ballance Farm Road, St. Pauls; Nolan Jones, of Pearsall Road, Red Springs; Joanne Modore, of Cain Road, St. Pauls; and Collins Rowdy, of Oxford Circle, Rowland.