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Thefts


Latisha Eddings, of Seneca Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone broke into her home, causing $300 in damage to a wall and door, and stole $284 in cash, according to a police report.


Michael Carlton reported Tuesday that someone cut a hole in the fence at Ace Towing Service on East Fifth Street in Lumberton, causing $25 in damage, entered an unlocked vehicle, stole $820 in stereo equipment and tools and caused $20 in damage to the center console, according to a police report.


John Leroy Townsend, of Wesley Pines Road, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone stole his Rolex watch, valued at $4,000, from his previous residence on West 23rd Street, according to a police report.


Vandalism


Lisa Campbell, of N.C. 72, Lumberton, reported Wednesday that the tires on her vehicle were busted while it was parked at Econo Lodge on Kahn Drive in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Amy Locklear reported Tuesday that someone threw a brick through the front window of Peep Eye on East Fifth Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.


Break-ins


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


Kinda Locklear, of Woods Road, Pembroke; Sandy Ridge Holiness Church, on Barnes Road, Orrum; Wilton Dean Clark, of Eddie Road, Pembroke; Regina Bullard, of Minnies Lane, Maxton; James Bullard, of Modest Road, Maxton; Ann Green Sampson, of Ann Road, Orrum; Norva Dail Locklear, of Whistling Rufus Road, Pembroke; Brian Block, of Everett Road, Parkton; Jade Austin Patterson, of Carlyle Drive, St. Pauls; Shannon N. Chavis, of Henry Berry Road, Rowland; Richard Jacobs, of Pearsall Road, Red Springs; Will Porter, of Island Grove Road, Maxton; and Justina Dawn Jones, of McQueen Road, Shannon.

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