Perps nick electronics from unlocked home

November 10, 2012 • Police Blotter


•Police were called to the 1800 block of North Cambridge Avenue, Thursday, after subjects entered an unlocked home and took a DVD/VCR and a Sharp TV, valued at $150. One witness reported a woman with a grey truck at the scene of the burglary; another saw a woman, but no truck.

[auth] •The police were dispatched to the 1500 block of South Garden Avenue, Thursday, where subjects attempted unsuccessfully to gain entry into a home through the front screen door. They then smashed the locks on the back door. The subjects removed some cash, a Playstation and a 37-inch RCA flat-screen television. The items were valued at $1,355.

Stolen vehicle

Police in the company of a deputy sheriff from Roosevelt County recovered a vehicle, Wednesday, in the 2100 block of West Second Street that was reported stolen from Portales.


•Police were called to the 1400 block of West Fourth Street, Thursday, after someone cut and removed wire from a fence.

•Police responded to a call from 1900 S. Sunset, Thursday, where subjects cut through a fence, cut cables, stealing some copper and removed eight batteries from four trucks. The batteries were valued at $1,200. The damage was estimated at $130.

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