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June 14, 2013

Theft at local store

Police Report



5:29 a.m. - Officers reported that a door appeared to be forced open at 104 E. South Street at Pro 1 Lawn Equipment. Officers were able to reach Chris Crow, owner of the business, who reported that between $150 and $200 in cash was missing along with a cash register, $500 in checks, and a 1999 KX dirt bike or motorcycle.


10:23 p.m. - An anonymous caller on the 800 block of Axtell Avenue reported that someone in the area had been pouring baby powder onto parked vehicles in the area. Extra patrol was requested.

8:12 p.m. - Jerry Purcell 303 E. Pearl Street, reported that someone had taken two gold chairs with cushions from his residence.

5:48 p.m. - Terry Hall, E.  Van Trees Street, reported a basketball goal was out in the street.

4:54 p.m. - Connie Rayman, 111 Jamestown Square Apartments, received  a call saying that she had been a victim of identity theft and that the person on the phone was wanting her bank account information. Rayman was advised this was a scam and to not give out any personal information.



7:55 p.m. - A caller in Plainville said he was bit by a neighbor’s dog. The dog was taken to the shelter for quarantine.

6:58 p.m. - A caller said a possible power line was down on SR 57 near Elnora. The line was not a power line and was off the road.

8:40 a.m. - A caller said while parked at the Viking Mart, Montgomery, her purse was taken. Identification and credit cards were reported missing.

8:28 a.m. - Amos Raber, 1692N 725E, reported a theft. No other information was available.

7:59 a.m. - A caller said a load of drywall fell out of a vehicle on U.S. 50 W near Maysville and is blocking the road. An INDOT crew was contacted and the debris was cleaned up.

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