Thursday's Crime Reports April 10

newsroom@islandpacket.comApril 9, 2014 

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

BEAUFORT

THEFT

  • Boundary Street, Quality Inn: Two bicycles worth $515 stolen.

  • Horton Lane: Cash, necklace worth a total of $375 stolen.

  • BURTON

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Forest Field Road, Brock's Auto: Truck bed shot. Damage: $300.

  • BLUFFTON

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Old Palmetto Bluff Road: Grass destroyed by vehicle. Damage: $500.

  • THEFT

  • Old Palmetto Bluff Road, The Greenery: Lawn equipment worth $300 stolen.

  • Persimmon Street, Kipps Towing: Electronics worth $250 stolen from vehicle.

  • Woodland Hill Drive, Pine Ridge: Vehicle parts, other items worth a total of $300 stolen from vehicle.

  • Pine Ridge Drive, Pine Ridge: Clothes, other items worth a total of $300 stolen from vehicle.

  • HARDEEVILLE

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Camp Lake Drive: Window cracked. Damage: $250.

  • THEFT

  • Whyte Hardee Boulevard: Wallet worth $300 stolen from vehicle.

  • Whyte Hardee Boulevard: Garmin GPS, fuel, BlueParrot Bluetooth device worth a total of $700 stolen from vehicle.

  • Mason Street: Two motorized Honda pocket bikes worth a total of $1,000 stolen.

  • Heyward Street: Cash, jewelry worth a total of $880 stolen.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Pembroke Drive, Walmart: Gray iPad worth $500 stolen.

  • New Orleans Road, The Art of Massage: Gray bath robe, cash, cash register worth a total of $575 stolen.

  • Clubhouse Drive, Port Royal Plantation: Titleist golf club, two packs of Titleist golf balls, 12 FootJoy baseball caps, 24 FootJoy golf gloves worth a total of $1,080 stolen.

  • OKATIE

    THEFT

  • Callawassie Drive: Two refrigerators, four stoves, air-conditioning unit, assortment of wooden cabinets, paint and supplies, generator, steel storage container worth a total of $8,000 stolen.

  • Compiled by staff writer Rebecca Lurye and Laura Oberle

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