The following reports were released Sunday, Monday and Tuesday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office:
- Robert Smalls Parkway, Walmart: Purse worth $540 stolen from shopping cart.
- Thoroughbred Circle: Shotgun worth $250 stolen.
- Savannah Highway, Shell Point Market: 60 lottery tickets worth $600 stolen.
- Boundary Street: Computer worth $1,000 stolen.
- Mint Farm: Copper wire worth $1,000 stolen.
Battery Creek Road: Vehicle vandalized. Damage: $1,000.
Salem Drive: Car windshield cracked. Damage: $300.
Mint Farm: Home damaged when copper wire was stolen. Damage: $9,000.
Buck Island Road: Two gold bracelets, two gold chains, cash worth a total of $1,000 stolen.
Isle of Palms East, Villages at Palmetto Pointe: Cash, firearm worth a total of $1,000 stolen.
White Hall Court, Marshview: Items worth $680 stolen.
Palomino Drive, Whitmore Plumbing: Tools worth $1,850 stolen.
Clarendon Road, Grays Hill Boat Landing: Windows of Ford Expedition and Jeep Grand Cherokee shattered. Damage: $1,000.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND
South Forest Beach Drive, The Beach House: Jewelry worth $6,400 stolen.
Folly Field Road, Stones Throw: Clue Aragon bicycle worth $300 stolen.
Greenwood Drive, Wells Fargo Bank: 2008 Blue Saturn Aura stolen.
Lighthouse Road, Sea Pines: Light-blue cruiser bicycle, white Schwinn bicycle worth total of $290 stolen.
Lighthouse Road, Sea Pines: Green and white Raleigh mountain bike worth $500 stolen.
North Sea Pines Drive, Sea Pines: Titleist golf clubs, golf bag worth total of $3,000 stolen.
Beach City Road, Hilton Head Airport: Black Google Nexus tablet worth $400 stolen.
Wilborn Road, Hilton Head Island Middle School: Trumpet worth $650 stolen.
Wilborn Road, Hilton Head Island Middle School: Silver iPhone 5s worth $500 stolen.
Dillon Road: Window of Toyota Scion shattered. Damage: $500.
Cordillo Parkway, Cordillo Courts: Windows of vehicle shattered. Damage: $500.
Collier Beach Road, Singleton Place: Bank of six mailboxes damaged. Damage: $2,000.
Paige Point Bluff: TV worth $3,150 stolen.
Eddings Point Road: TVs, handguns worth a total of $3,700 stolen. Door kicked in. Damage: $250.
Compiled by staff writers Rebecca Lurye and Laura Oberle