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• Oct. 13: Knox County Sheriff’s Office was advised by a Gwinhurst Road resident of the theft of her iPhone 4 while at Farragut Intermediate School. The complainant stated the phone was either in a bag sitting next to her desk or on her desk. Complainant advised the phone has GPS capability and the complainant used a school computer to track the phone. Complainant stated GPS indicated the missing phone was on property belonging to Concord United Methodist Church. The victim advised police of physically going to the church to find the phone but was unable to locate it. GPS tracking advises phone battery is depleted. Phone is valued at $650.

• Oct. 11: Police were dispatched to EconoLodge off Campbell Lakes Drive in response to a vehicle burglary claim. Upon arrival, officers were advised by the property owner of the break-in to his work van, which was parked at the site. Complainant advised the sliding door lock on the van had been removed and several tool were missing from within. Value of the loss is $500.


• Oct. 10: A Byfield Court resident advised police his vehicle had been burglarized while parked at the residence. Complainant stated the vehicle was unlocked and not damaged. Missing were the victim’s golf clubs and golf attire valued at about $450.

• Oct. 10: A Midhurst Drive resident reported to police someone had taken a utility trailer from the residence grounds. Value of the loss is about $2,400.

 

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