Moultrie Observer

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May 9, 2011

Crime Update

| — Five Colquitt County residents and two business employees reported they were victims of property theft over the weekend. Items reported stolen included change, air conditioners, kitchen appliances, tools, electronics, a bicycle and a bottle of Dr. Pepper.

The known value of the items reported stolen was estimated at about $11,406. Those who reported being the victims of property theft were:

• Robert Hodnett reported Friday a thief forced open a door, broke out a window and damaged the ceiling at his rental property on Eighth Street Southwest and stole a stove, a refrigerator, a sink, a vent hood and an air conditioner condenser.

• An employee at The Closet on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive reported a thief stole three Goodman air conditioning units between 10 p.m. Thursday and 1:10 p.m. Friday. The value of the stolen air conditioners was $10,400.

• An employee at Advance Auto Parts on West Central Avenue reported a thief stole an Auto Craft 12-piece socket set and an Auto Craft 140-piece socket set Friday. The value of the stolen socket sets was about $115.

• Carla Bishop, of 10th Avenue Northwest, reported a thief stole a Sony PlayStation 3, a wireless controller and a PlayStation 3 game between May 3 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday. The value of the stolen items was $410.

• Samantha Phillips, of 10th Street Southeast, reported a thief stole a rear view mirror, a GPS and change from her Toyota Avalon between 10 p.m. Saturday and 5:15 a.m. Sunday. The value of the stolen items was $251.

• Vilma Delangel, of 11th Avenue Southeast, reported a thief stole a Husky air compressor and a child’s Huffy bicycle from her carport between 8 a.m. Friday and 3:22 p.m. Saturday. The value of the stolen items was estimated at $230.

• Jimmy Linton, of Highway 133 South, reported a thief broke out a rear window and stole change and a two-liter bottle of Dr. Pepper between 5 p.m. Friday and 6:51 p.m. Sunday.

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