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On the Record: Reported July 5

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Thefts, burglaries

Approximately 45-gallons of fuel were taken from tractors parked on lot of Selby's, 2201 N. 24th, between June 21-22.

Pink GT bicycle was taken from the front yard of a residence in the 600 block of South Sixth on June 18.

Samsung cell phone was taken from Lincoln-Douglas swimming pool on June 20.

Medicine and a Thermos were taken from in front of County Market, 4832 Broadway at 12:26 p.m. on June 16.

Laptop computers, computer parts, copper wire, hard drive, an iPod, thumb drives, and soda were taken from Movius Corp, 1 Glenayre Way, during the overnight hours of June 21.

Cash totaling $100 was taken from a woman's billfold while she was at an apartment in the 300 block of Cherry overnight June 22.

An orange 20-inch Next boys bicycle was taken from a residence in the 1800 block of Chestnut on June 21.

Blue MGX mountain bicycle was taken from Quincy Junior High School on June 30.

Electronics, assorted jewelry and an undisclosed amount of cash were taken from an apartment in the 200 block of North Eighth between June 19-20.

 

Vandalism

Baby oil and Silly String were spread over a 1996 Chevrolet while it was parked in the 1300 block of North Third between June 25-26.

Right side window was broken on a 2005 Dodge while it was parked in the area of 11th and Oak on June 6, reported the Augusta owner.

Red stripe was painted on a retaining wall in the 2000 block of Cedar between June 21-22.

Two red dots were spray painted on a tailgate of a truck parked in the 2000 block of Cedar between June 21-22.

A 20-foot of retaining wall was damaged in the 2100 block of North 12th on June 24.

 

Counterfeit money

Three counterfeit $20 bills were found among receipts at City Center Hotel, 201 S. Third, on June 29.

 

 

 

 

 

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