Robeson County crime report


Thefts

Samuel Castros and Juan Lucas, of Elizabethtown Road, reported Tuesday that someone broke into their house, causing $100 in damage to the door, lit a fire, caused $100 in damage to their microwave and stole $500 in cash, according to a police report.

James Yarborough, of Schaeman Circle, Lumberton, reported Monday that someone entered his unlocked vehicle at Southeastern Regional Medical Center on West 27th Street and stole a $300 Canon camera, a 1957 silver dime, two gold coins, a $50 watch and $5 worth of tools, according to a police report.

Ashley Quinn reported Monday that 28 Simply Southern short-sleeved shirts, valued at $616; six Simply Southern long-sleeved shirts, valued at $180; and 10 pairs of Smiths American shorts, valued at $160, were stolen from Tomlinson’s on North Elm Street in Lumberton, according to a police report.

Marc Stephens, of Winona Avenue, Lumberton, reported Monday that he was robbed at gunpoint at Motel 6 on Lackey Street of $100 in cash, a $600 iPhone and a $20 wallet containing his ID and debit card, according to a police report. Austin Revels, of West 10th Street, reported that $200 in cash and a $20 wallet were stolen from him during the same robbery, according to the report.

Break-ins

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

Allen Locklear, of Barton Road, Maxton; and Molly Oxendine, of Mount Zion Church Road, Red Springs.

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