Thursday's Crime Reports March 13

newsroom@islandpacket.comMarch 12, 2014 

The following reports were released Tuesday and Wednesday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office and Bluffton and Hardeeville police departments:

BEAUFORT

THEFT

  • Ribaut Road, Technical College of the Lowcountry: Ten laptop computers worth total of $8,309 reported missing.

  • BLUFFTON

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Persimmon Street: Vehicle window shattered. Damage: $650.

  • THEFT

  • Towne Drive: Cash, purse worth total of $1,337 stolen from vehicle.

  • Ciara Lane: Ninendo Wii, four Wii remotes, two Wii charging stations, assorted video games and DVDs, pink wooden jewelry box, assorted jewelry worth total of $2,060 stolen from home.

  • HARDEEVILLE

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Whyte Hardee Boulevard: Vehicle tires flattened. Damage: $800.

  • THEFT

  • Main Street: Computer, other items worth total of $440 stolen from home.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Governors Road, Sea Pines: Mailboxes broken. Damage: $600.

  • William Hilton Parkway: Vehicle rear bumper scratched, dented. Damage: $500.

  • William Hilton Parkway, Hilton Head Resort: Vehicle window shattered. Damage: $300.

  • Tanglewood Drive, Tanglewood Villas: Three parked vehicles struck by white SUV. Damage: $10,000.

  • THEFT

  • Museum Street, Quality Inn and Suites: Laptop computer, laptop case, keys worth total of $545 stolen.

  • Spanish Wells Road: Copper wire, bonding bars worth total of $300 stolen from cellphone tower.

  • Greenwood Drive: Green 2003 Ford Taurus worth $3,000 stolen.

  • SEABROOK

    THEFT

  • Red Rose Lane: Items worth $250 stolen.

  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Seaside Road: Mitsubishi Galant window shattered. Damage: $300.

  • THEFT

  • Dulamo Road: Mercedes Benz worth $7,300 stolen.

  • Compiled by staff writers Rebecca Lurye and Matt McNab

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