Police were called to McDonalds, 720 N. Main St., Sunday, where it was [auth] reported that someone shot out two plate glass windows with a BB gun. Replacement costs are estimated at $2,000.
•Police responded to B Street, Saturday, after the victim discovered that the window of a truck had been shot with a pellet gun. Damages are estimated at $600.
Police were dispatched to the 1200 block of West McGaffey Street, Sunday. The victim reported that the back door had been forced open. Items removed included a laptop computer, a Nikon digital camera and bag, a Nintendo Wii and a Nintendo DS, Sony DVD, Kodak 8 gigabyte memory card. Total value of missing items is estimated at $1,485. In addition, the subjects caused damage to the home, leaving a 1-foot-in-diameter hole in the wall.
•Police were called to the 500 block of South Kansas Avenue, where subjects pried open the back door to a residence and removed a Sony 42-inch television, a Samsung 42-inch television, a suitcase with miscellaneous makeup, a stereo, a Pioneer amplifier, a VCR, a DVD and a Sony PSP. Losses, including repair costs, are estimated at $1,270.
Police received a walk-in report of fraud, Sunday, after a woman used a $50 counterfeit bill to pay for ice cream from an ice-cream truck. The female subject was driving a car described as a 1995 silver Mercury Villager with New Mexico Plates HZP 832. In a previous incident reported on Thursday, where a fake $50 was passed at Arby’s, the vehicle was described as Ford Courier.
However, the license plate number was the same, HZP 832.
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.