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• May 17: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised by a Laurel Brooke Lane resident that his Cub Cadet riding lawn mower, valued at about $3,500, had been removed from his property.

• May 17: A Battlefront Trail resident notified police that about $13,000 in jewelry was missing from her home. The complainant stated the jewelry was left by the bathroom sink. The complainant added a licensed and bonded contractor was working on the house at the time the jewelry went missing. The complainant had left a door at the house unlocked for the contractor. The contractor told the complainant he had no knowledge of the jewelry.

• May 16: An Ackley Circle resident reported to police that his sunglasses were missing from his vehicle. Method of entry into the vehicle was unknown.

• May 16: A Fort West Drive resident reported to police that someone had crawled beneath his partially open garage door and burglarized his vehicle. Missing was a purse, an iPhone and about $40 in cash. The purse and phone were found in the yard.

• May 15: Police were advised by a Wyndham Hall Lane resident that his vehicle had been burglarized while parked in the driveway. Cash, sunglasses, a Nikon camera and several other items totaling about $400 in value was listed as missing.

• May 14: A Spring Branch Lane resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence. The complainant stated the vehicle was locked. However, police reported no visible signs of forced entry. Missing from the vehicle was a Wii game system, a GPS and several other items totaling about $900 in value.


• May 14: A Long Bow Road resident reported to police that his utility trailer was missing from his driveway. The trailer was valued at about $1,200.

• May 13: A Spring Branch Lane resident reported to police that her vehicle had been burglarized. There was no forced entry to the vehicle. Missing was a backpack and currency valued at about $100.

• May 13: Police were advised by a Candlenut Lane resident that her company vehicle was burglarized while parked in her driveway at her residence. Missing was a laptop computer and other items valued at about $1,100.

• May 13: A Wells Fargo Road resident reported to police that her trailer had been stolen from her property. The trailer is painted camouflage green and gray. The trailer is valued at about $5,000.

 

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