MOULTRIE, Ga. — Thieves made off with nearly $16,000 in property over the weekend, including two automobiles, two four-wheelers, class rings and other jewelry.
In a Sunday break-in of a home, Brian Lewis, 1100 block Bay Rockyford Road, reported the theft of property valued at more than $2,908, including an emerald pendant with gold chain, rose gold watch, gold men’s watch, Samsung Galaxy 2 tablet with black case, men’s wedding band with five diamonds, four men’s Invicta watches, black watch with red and white triangle hands, Perry High School 1984 class ring, Marlin rifle, Remington pump shotgun, LaGrange High School 1988 class ring with sapphire, and sapphire stone.
• Candy Frazier, 2700 block Fifth Street Southeast, reported Friday the theft of jewelry valued at $100 and other property worth $11.
• Antonio Malagon, 200 block Kendalwood Drive, reported Sunday the theft of a 2004 Cadillac Escalade valued at $5,000.
Malagon told police that he left the car at a residence in the 5300 block of Highway 37 East to have it repaired.
The mechanic called Malagon on Sunday to ask whether he had picked up the car, which was in the back yard with the keys inside.
After the information about the Escalade was broadcast to law enforcement agencies, the Orlando Police Department notified police here that it had been found on the side of the road there.
• Steven McClelland, 2800 block Second Street Northwest, reported Saturday the theft of a Suzuki LTZ 400 four-wheeler valued at $3,500.
• Justin Truelove, 400 block Dean Matthews Road, reported Friday the theft of a Honda Recon 250 cc all-terrain vehicle valued at $1,200.
• Todd Burnham, 600 block Greene Dairy Road, reported Friday the theft of a 2000 Ford Ranger that was stolen in July 2016 but returned a few days later.
Burnham told police that he suspects the same two people again took the Ranger, which has an estimated value of $3,000.
• Betty Joan Yourn, 200 block Indian Lake Drive, reported Sunday the theft of her grandchild’s bicycle, scooter and toy kitchen with a total value of $52.
• Pedro Ramirez, 1500 block Ninth Street Southwest, reported Friday the theft of his daughter’s cell phone, valued at $150, from her book bag while she was at Colquitt County High School.
• Beverly Davis, 2900 block Sylvester Drive, reported Saturday the theft of a Nintendo game system and two post office keys with a total value of $101 from a 2010 Toyota Camry.
• Tamika Snelling, 600 block Seventh Avenue Northwest, reported Friday the theft of $140 and other property valued at $80 from a 2006 Chevrolet Impala.