Crime reports

info@islandpacket.comJuly 15, 2013 

The following reports were released Monday by the Beaufort Police Department and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office:

BEAUFORT

THEFT

  • Robert Smalls Parkway, Walmart: Items worth $293 stolen from buggy in parking lot.

  • West Street: 2005 Ford Explorer Sport Trac reported stolen.

  • BLUFFTON

    VANDALISM

  • Fording Island Road: Two car tires punctured. Damage: $400

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    BURGLARY

  • Cassina Lane: Two MP3 players worth $500, two tablet computers worth $450, wallet worth $100, cigarettes worth $5, driver's license stolen.

  • North Forest Beach Drive, Shell Shop: $700 cash stolen. Damage: $400.

  • North Forest Beach Drive: GPS worth $140 stolen. Damage: $300.

  • North Forest Beach Drive: Car stereo, GPS worth $1,750, MP3 player worth $100 stolen.

  • Pelican Street: Purse, three wallets worth $221, jewelry worth $200, $420 cash stolen.

  • South Forest Beach Drive: Smartphone worth $300, two laptop computers worth $800, purse worth $250, wallet worth $60, two pairs of sunglasses worth $400, $60 cash stolen.

  • South Forest Beach Drive: E-reader worth $110 stolen.

  • William Hilton Parkway: Purse worth $20, wallet worth $15, book bag worth $25, clothes worth $35 stolen. Damage: $200.

  • William Hilton Parkway: Purse worth $60, two passports worth $200, MP3 player worth $100 stolen.

  • THEFT

  • Grasslawn Avenue: MP3 player worth $300 stolen.

  • Beach City Road: Ring worth $1,200 stolen.

  • VANDALISM

  • Deallyon Avenue: Car scratched. Damage: $3,000.

  • Park Lane: Car windshield cracked, two side mirrors broken, sugar poured into gas tank neck, fire-extinguisher foam sprayed on top of car, fire-extinguisher spray nozzle broken. Damage: $2,575.

  • Compiled by staff writers Brian Heffernan and Matt McNab.

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