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Thefts, burglaries

A black Weber charcoal grill was taken from the backyard of a residence in the 1000 block of Jersey between May 29-30.

A Coca-Cola vending machine was broken into in the 800 block of Hampshire and money was taken between May 27-31.

An Acer brand computer was taken from the office of St. John's Parish Church, 701 Hampshire, between May 27- 31.

 

Vandalism

A fire sprinkler was activated in Room 303 at Microtel, 200 S. Third, causing extensive damage to the room at 4:47 a.m. June 4.

The driver's side of a Quincy woman's vehicle was scratched while it was parked in alot at 3100 State between May 30-31.

A left rear tire of a 1992 Ford pickup truck was cut while the truck was parked at 3100 State between May 29-30.

A left front fender of a 2003 Chevrolet was dented while the vehicle was parked at 3100 State between May 29-30.

A vehicle was scratched while it was parked at 3100 State between May 29-30.

The rear passenger side window on a 2000 Oldsmobile was shattered while the car was parked in the 2600 block of Chestnut on May 30.

A 2002 Dodge Stratus was damaged by a pellet gun while it was parked on the north parking lot at the Quincy Mall. No date was given.

 

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