•Police were called to Higher Horizon Counseling, 1010 S. Garden Ave., Monday, where a subject cut the lock in a shed and removed a red Toro 6.5 self-propelled mower, a weed whip, a six-gallon gas can with four gallons of gas, weed killer, miscellaneous tools, two trash cans, exercise mats and sleeping bags. The items were [auth] valued at $540.
•Police received a report of larceny, Monday. The victim told officers that he had left his Sony Vaio laptop and Kensington Saddlebag at the Roswell Public Library, 301 N. Pennsylvania Ave., and when he returned they were missing. The value of missing items is estimated at $699.
•Police were dispatched to Western Inn, 2331 N. Main St., Monday, where it was reported that a Sanyo 42-inch flat-screen television, valued at $330, were stolen.
•Police were called to the 2300 block of Moore Avenue, Monday, after the victim discovered a large amount of cash and a crystal necklace worth $600 had been removed from her residence.
The police were called to the 400 block of South Cedar Avenue, Monday, where subjects removed a Dragun plasma cutter with cord, 100-feet and 50-feet lengths of electrical extension cable. The missing items were valued at $2,400.
Police responded to Lafayette Loop, Tuesday, after someone heard the sound of breaking glass. A witness stated that he saw a car leaving the scene. An investigation revealed a window broken next to the front door of a residence and a second window broken in the back. Damages were estimated at $200.
Police were dispatched twice to K-Mart, 1705 S. Main St., after the same subject returned to the store to pick up items and leave without paying. In the first incident, the male suspect removed cosmetics which he placed in his pockets and in the waist-band of his pants. On the second visit, he stole a pair of jeans and a pair of dress slacks. The subject got away both times. All together he took about $37 worth of goods. According to the police, the subject has a criminal trespass complaint filed against him which means both incidents would be ruled as burglaries.
Anyone having information about these or any other crime is asked to contact Crime Stoppers, 888-594-TIPS (8477). Callers may remain anonymous and could be eligible for a reward.