Tuesday's crime reports

newsroom@islandpacket.comJuly 1, 2014 

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

BEAUFORT

THEFT

  • Hamar Street: Items worth $320 stolen from car.

  • Prince Street: Jewelry worth $27,500 stolen from car.

  • Robert Smalls Parkway: IPad worth $415 stolen.

  • Robert Smalls Parkway: Cellphone worth $250 stolen.

  • BLUFFTON

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • May River Village: Van windshield shattered. Damage: $500.

  • THEFT

  • Fording Island Road, Plantation Point: Items worth $1,785 stolen from apartment. Damage: $200.

  • Simmonsville Road, Bluffton House: $900 cash stolen from apartment.

  • Heritage Parkway, The Heritage: Air-conditioning unit worth $1,475 stolen.

  • Burnt Church Road, Michael C. Riley Elementary School: Two HP laptop computers worth a total of $800 stolen.

  • Davis Road, River Ridge Academy: Three truck batteries worth a total of $450 stolen.

  • BURTON

  • Horton Drive: Four trailer windows smashed with shovel. Damage: $800.

  • Lawson Road: Car doors kicked, dented. Damage: $1,000.

  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Crabline Court: Window broken by rock. Damage: $500.

  • THEFT

  • Deallyon Avenue, Springwood Villas: Bicycle worth $250 stolen.

  • South Forest Beach Drive, Coligny Beach: Backpack, iPhone 5S, OtterBox case, car key worth a total of $960 stolen.

  • Lighthouse Road, Sea Pines: Bicycle, sports equipment worth $320 stolen.

  • Dune Lane: Items worth $560 stolen from basement.

  • Dunnagans Alley: Maroon 2006 Ford Explorer worth $13,000 stolen.

  • SEABROOK

    THEFT

  • Stuart Point Road: Stihl backpack leaf blower worth $425 stolen.

  • Compiled by staff writers Rebecca Lurye and Matt McNab

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