A couch, unknown make, valued at $1,000; an Igloo dog kennel valued at $100; and a cooler, unknown make, valued at $30, were reportedly stolen from a residence on Mcelveen Street in Dazell about 4:10 p.m. on Friday. Dishes valued …
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A couch, unknown make, valued at $1,000; an Igloo dog kennel valued at $100; and a cooler, unknown make, valued at $30, were reportedly stolen from a residence on Mcelveen Street in Dazell about 4:10 p.m. on Friday. Dishes valued at $50 were damaged during the alleged incident, according to an incident report from Sumter County Sheriff's Office.
A burgundy 2002 Oldsmobile Bravada valued at $2,000 was reportedly stolen during an armed robbery near Cherryvale Drive and Reading Street about 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.
A blue 2009 Dodge Ram four-door truck valued at $18,500 was reportedly stolen from the yard of a residence on Trailwood Drive between noon and 10 p.m. on Sunday.
A black-and-gold Ford F350 with dual wheels on the rear axle valued at $35,000; a 12-inch Kobalt compound miter saw valued at $399; a 32-inch RCA flat-screen TV valued at $250; and $5,000 in various power tools were reportedly stolen from a construction site on Broad Street between midnight and 11 a.m. on Sunday.
Two 19-inch flat-screen TVs valued at $300; a 54-inch Magnavox flat-screen TV valued at $500; and a Lenovo touch-screen computer valued at $300 were reportedly stolen from a residence on Miller Road between Thursday and Sunday.
A white 2006 Ford Crown Victoria valued at $3,000 was reportedly stolen while it was parked on North Guignard Drive between Thursday and Friday.
Approximately $1,000 in damage was caused to Bobby's Place night club on Manning Avenue on Friday when a suspect allegedly used a hammer and wrench - according to a Sumter Police Department incident report - to break open a TouchTunes Jukebox, valued at $10,000, which contained about $15 at the time of the alleged break-in. A responding officer located an area on the roof of the building where the suspect may have entered the club.
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