Jasmine Robinson, Meadow Road in Lumberton, said someone broke into her home on Sunday and stole a Playstation 4 game system valued a $350, a Michael Kor watch valued at $350 and a bracelet valued at $550.

Latoya McCormick, of McNeil Street in Lumberton, told police that her car, a 1985 Pontiac Grand Prix, valued at $2,000, was stolen. Lumberton police discovered the vehicle on West Fifth Street with the rear bumper damaged.

Kwame Blue, of Warwick Road in Lumberton, reported on Saturday that his home had been broken into and an Xbox One and Playstation 4 consoles with a total value exceeding $1,800 were stolen.

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

Tonya Teal of Barlow Road, Parkton; Gene Willoughby of Willoughby Road, Lumberton; Erin Henderson of Rebecca Drive, Pembroke; Benedict Oxendine of Alamac Road, Lumberton; Judy Powell of Fernwood Circle, Lumberton; Campbell’s Soup Plant, N.C. 71, Maxton; Jennifer Thomas of Fancy Drive, Maxton; James Locklear of Old Red Springs Road in Maxton; and Victor Mitchel of Edinborough Drive, Lumberton.

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