String of house burglaries reported in south county
Published 12:01 pm Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Four house burglaries reported Tuesday in south Warren County are the latest in a string of 10 thefts south of Interstate 20 this month, Sheriff Martin Pace said.
“We cannot say for sure that the burglaries are related,” he said this morning, “but there are indicators suggesting that.”
In each of Tuesday’s burglaries, a door was smashed in and burglars took electronics. In one, jewelry was taken, and in another, artworks were taken.
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Each of Tuesday’s thefts was reported after 5:30 p.m.
• In the 2900 block of Grange Hall Road, two flat-screen TVs, each valued at $250, a Nintendo DX game system valued at $350 and two framed pictures valued at $40 and $450 were missing.
• In the 1600 block of Lakeside Drive, a 35-mm camera and a digital camera, each valued at $350; and jewelry valued at $300 were missing.
• In the 600 block of Lakeside Drive, a break-in was reported, but nothing was missing.
• In the 5600 block of Fisher Ferry Road, a jewelry box and jewelry were missing.
Electronics, guns and jewelry were the targets in thefts in the same area this month, Pace said.
He said those burglaries were in the 100 block of Pepper Ridge, the 3400 block of Fonsylvania Road, the 100 block of Summerhill Drive, the 100 block of Robinhood Road, the 4300 block of Nailor Road and the 300 block of Goodrum Road.