Police respond to reports of vandalism and burglary
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Police responded to a call in reference to vandalism discovered Wednesday at a residence.

Ron Green, the resident, advised that some unknown person crawled under the house sometime between 7 a.m. and noon on Tuesday.

It is believed the perpetrator cut a copper air-conditioning line, causing the refrigerant to leak out. The estimated damage is $250.

There were no suspects at the time of the initial report.

n Police were alerted to a robbery at a local residence on Buchanan Road Wednesday.

Resident Rebecca Trammell stated someone broke into her trailer while she was gone. There were reportedly signs of forced entry to the back door of the trailer. The markings appeared fresh at the time of the initial report. Trammell maintained they were not there before.

She reported two items were stolen: a .380 Hi-Point pistol and a safe containing $300.

Trammell suggested the intruder knew what to look for in her residence.

n Police responded to a call in reference to an aggravated burglary report on Thursday.

Homeowner Brian Copeland stated a 52-inch Toshiba TV was stolen. He believed the item, valued at $700, was taken between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.

According to Copeland, the garage door leading into the residence was left unlocked by mistake. Neighbors reported they did not see anything out of the ordinary.

The house was placed on extra patrol.