Friday's crime reports, Jan. 3

info@islandpacket.comJanuary 2, 2014 

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

BLUFFTON

PROPERTY DAMAGE

Bluffton Parkway: Vehicle's rear bumper, lift gate dented in hit-and-run accident. Damage: $2,000.

THEFT

Fording Island Road, Johnston & Murphy: Six pairs of shoes, two leather coats, two cloth coats worth a total of $1,508 stolen.

Fording Island Road, Sunglass Hut: Four pairs of Versace sunglasses, one pair of black Ray-Ban sunglasses worth a total of $1,285 stolen.

Fording Island Road, Powerhouse Gym: 2011 Silver Mercedes-Benz C300, athletic bag containing two pairs of Adidas cleats, and a wallet, worth a total of $30,500 stolen.

Fording Island Road, Nike: Black iPhone 5, brown leather phone case worth a total of $600 and $180 cash stolen.

Pine Forest Drive, Pine Forest: Wallet, items worth a total of $275 stolen.

HARDEEVILLE

THEFT

Hardeeville Industrial Park: Kimber 1911 pistol, Springfield XD .45-caliber pistol, Taurus Raging Judge revolver worth a total of $2,400 stolen.

Argent Boulevard: Vehicle worth $10,000 stolen.

HILTON HEAD ISLAND

PROPERTY DAMAGE

Marina Side Drive: Door smashed. Damage: $500.

THEFT

William Hilton Parkway, Northridge Cinema 10: Scrap metal stolen.

Shelter Cove Lane, Mainsail: 55-inch Samsung LED TV, 20-inch TV, white wooden end table, two wall-mounted paintings worth a total of $1,400 stolen.

Dove Street: Flat-screen TV worth $400 stolen.

LADY'S ISLAND

THEFT

Sea Island Parkway: Air conditioning unit, power meter worth a total of $1,800 stolen.

OKATIE

PROPERTY DAMAGE

Okatie Center Boulevard, Fairfield Inn: Two vehicles' front passenger windows shattered. Damage: $1,000.

SHELDON

THEFT

Johnson Road: Laptop computer worth $300 stolen.

ST. HELENA ISLAND

THEFT

Fripp Point Road: Toyota Tacoma pickup, video game worth a total of $18,332 stolen.

Compiled by staff writer Rebecca Lurye and Matt McNab.

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