Perry Whaley of a Spring Place Road address reported last week that someone took his tow dolly from his home.
According to a report filed by Deputy Anthony Liner, Whaley made the discovery last week, apparently after he returned home from a trip. The two-wheeled Kar Kaddy dolly had been attached to his motor home, according to the report.
The dolly was described as being painted brown. It was valued at $1,500.
- A homeowner in the process of selling her house fell victim to a theft and burglary after the family interested in buying the house discovered the HVAC unit missing.
According to a report filed by Deputy Tiffany Goodwin, Angela Black said she had moved from the house recently, and it was currently vacant.
She was contacted by her Realtor after the discovery was made.
Black told the deputy she visited the house and found someone had removed the HVAC unit and then went through the air return to gain entry to the house.
It was also noticed that burglars apparently attempted to gain entry through a window.
Detective Mike Hughes responded to the scene to collect fingerprint evidence.
The air unit was valued at $2,005.
- A Dixie Drive resident reported the theft of jewelry after she went to get her rings.
According to a report filed by Deputy Tim Myers of the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Angela Cheney said she had last seen her jewelry June 20.
When she went to get her rings June 27, Cheney said they were missing from her jewelry box.
According to the investigation, there were no signs of forced entry to the residence.
Although there were no suspects listed in the case, leads were developed regarding the theft.
Missing were an emerald ring, a ruby ring, a ring with a pink stone, a white gold ring and a ring with a heart-shaped stone.
Also missing from the home was a Fuji FinePix camera.
The missing jewelry and camera was valued at $2,300.
The investigation has been turned over to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division.
- Approximately $6,000 in building materials were reportedly stolen from a job site at a Union Road address.
According to a report filed by Deputy Bryan Chancey, he responded to the site and spoke with Lawrence E. Carpenter.
Carpenter said someone took 42 sheets of plywood, 189 2x6x16 boards, 30 2x10x16 boards, 30 2x4x16 boards, 250 standard 2x4 boards and 50 sheets of oriented-strand material, plus four boxes of nails.
The theft was believed to have occurred last week.