â€¢Police were sent to the Emergency Department of Eastern New Mexico Medical Center, Thursday, after receiving a report of battery. The high school student was walking near Garden Avenue and Hendricks Street when he was hit from behind and his silver necklace stolen. The victim described the subjects as two Hispanic males â€” one wearing blue jeans and a gray shirt, the second wearing blue jeans and blue shirt.
â€¢Police received a report about a possible larceny, Thursday.The victim stated that he left his wallet on the counter at Home Depot, 2305 N. Main St., and when he went back, it was gone. Officers went to Home Depot and discovered that the wallet had been turned in to lost and found by a good Samaritan.
â€¢Police were dispatched to the 1900 block of South Sunset Avenue, Thursday, after a vehicle went missing from the place it was parked. Officers drove through the apartment parking lot and found the vehicle with the engine running. The ignition had been damaged and Sony CD player, subwoofer, two 12-inch speakers, and an MP3 player had been removed. In addition, the heater control knobs and dash were destroyed. Total value of items and damages is estimated at $720.
â€¢Police were called to the 300 block of West Onyx Street, Thursday, about a vehicle burglary. The front window on the passengerâ€™s side of the vehicle was broken and JVC car stereo had been removed.
â€¢Police were dispatched to the 300 block of South Kentucky Avenue, Thursday. Subjects gained access to a vehicle by breaking the front window on the driverâ€™s side and took Pioneer stereo and MP3 player, valued at $110.
â€¢Police were called to Holloman Place, Thursday. The victim returned home to find the kitchen window open. A red Acer laptop and a Phillips 19-inch LCD television were taken. Estimated value of missing items is $1,300.
Anyone having information on these or any other crimes should contact Crime Stoppers, 888- 594-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward.