Moultrie Observer

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January 8, 2013

Burglary at Berlin business

MOULTRIE — A Berlin business was burglarized Thursday night.

James Keith Taylor, of Pavo, told deputies Friday morning that he arrived at his business, Big Kustom Signs and Designs, 5880 Ga. Highway 133 South, and found the side door on the north end of the building damaged.

Missing were 35 Windbreaker jackets, 25 black sweatshirts, 100 ball caps, 135 T-shirts and a cordless drill. The clothing was part of an order he was to put designs on, he said.

Other thefts

Sheriff’s Office

• David Cecil Harrell, 1200 block Kendallwood Church Road, reported a semi-automatic pistol, two chainsaws and a book of checks had gone missing at his residence between Dec. 21 and Dec. 31. He gave deputies the name of a suspect.

• Roberto Delao, 1900 block Sardis Church Road, reported Saturday that he was in the shower when he heard his back door open. He came out to see what was going on and saw two white males in gray hooded sweatshirts run out the back door. Missing were a Nintendo Wii and a PlayStation 2 game consoles and about 15 games.

• A burglary was reported Friday at the residence of Bobby Melton, 500 block Cox Dairy Road, by his sister, Tonya Souther. Souther said the front door was pried open and a window next to it was broken out; the door on the south side of the residence was standing wide open. She said a lot of her brother's tools and two 27-inch TV sets were missing, but she didn't know what else might have been taken.

Moultrie Police

• Seaborn Folsom, Moultrie, reported Sunday the theft of a wallet containing $1,900 that he lost in the 700 block of North Main Street.

• Tywana Ponder, 500 block 27th Street Southeast, reported Friday the theft of a Sony 47-inch television in a burglary of her residence.

• Lakerrian Thomas, 600 block 26th Avenue Southeast, reported Friday the theft of a purse containing $21, driver’s license, debit and Social Security cards.

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