Robeson County crime report


Thefts

Brittany Villanueva, of Old Whiteville Road, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone entered her unlocked car at Food Lion on Elizabethtown Road and stole a $200 XBox and $275 in cash, according to a police report.

Harold Hall, of Cedar Creek Road, Fayetteville, reported Monday that a 2015 Nissan Altima, valued at $20,000, was stolen at Lumberton Kia on Elizabethtown Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Brian Edkins, of East 19th Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that a $580 Lenovo laptop belonging to Cumberland County schools and $60 worth of medication were stolen from his home during a break-in, according to a police report.

Brian Anderson reported Tuesday that a tire, valued at $600, and a $25 chain were stolen from a Blue Man Trucking vehicle at Southern States on Roberts Avenue in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Cynthia Harris, of Little Rod Road, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that her $400 cell phone was stolen at Fuller’s on Roberts Avenue, according to a police report.

Jason Wood, of West 21st Street, Lumberton, reported Tuesday that someone broke a window at his house with a pipe, causing $300 in damage, according to a police report.

Roy Bryant, of Sparks, Georgia, reported Tuesday that someone broke into his tool box at the Southeastern North Carolina Agricultural Events Center on U.S. 74 in Lumberton, and stole $3,700 worth of tools, according to a police report.

Donnie Daniels reported Tuesday that a $250 laptop was stolen from TT&T Services on Fayetteville Road in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Vandalism

Joe McClain, of Patton Street, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone broke into his car, causing $200 in damage to the window, according to a police report.

Break-ins

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

Karen Hunt, of Shannon Road, Lumberton; Indian Cultural Center, on Terry Sanford Road, Maxton; Boz Racich, of Friendship Drive, Lumberton; and Sylvia Sampson, of Preston Road, Maxton.

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