Bradley County detectives are investigating an aggravated burglary reported at a Strawhill Road residence.
Deputy Daniel Marlow spoke with the homeowner who said he and his wife had left their home Saturday.
All doors had been locked.
According to the report, the victim’s mother-in-law arrived home and found the front door to the residence standing open.
The report indicated she thought the couple had left the door open.
After informing the couple of the incident, they discovered a 2-carat diamond ring was missing along with other items.
Further investigation revealed a basement door had been damaged.
Loss was estimated at $8,000.
Investigation is continuing.
- Sheena Firestone reported someone broke into her Spring Place Road home and took a watch.
According to a report filed by deputy Tim Bohannon, the perpetrator entered a side door which had been locked prior to the break-in. Damage was noted on the door’s frame.
At the time of the initial report, Firestone was able to determine the only thing missing from her home was a Fossil-brand watch.
Damage and loss were estimated at $110.
- Deputy Ben Clayton filed a vandalism report at a Parkwood Drive address.
According to his report, Jason Beck said he was at his friend’s house at 383 Parkwood Drive when someone shattered the rear window in his 2006 Pontiac G6.
Beck had parked the car in the driveway around 8 p.m. Saturday. When he returned later, the window had been broken.
Damage was estimated at $500.