The following reports were released Wednesday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office:
Luray Street: TV worth $175 and laptop computer worth $250 stolen. Damage to vehicle: $350.
Oak Forest Road, Crescent Pointe Golf Club: Irrigation radios worth $3,200, cameras and equipment worth $400, and Coca-Cola vending machine worth $500 stolen. Damage to structure and vehicles: $400.
Lake Linden Drive: Revolver worth $450, laptop computer worth $750, GPS worth $450 and bullets worth $20 stolen from unlocked vehicle.
Parris Island Gateway, Family Dollar: Office equipment worth $5,000 stolen.
Bruce K. Smalls Drive: Electronics worth $600 and other goods worth $300 stolen.
Roseida Road: Electronics worth $649 and other goods worth $660 stolen.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND
Hotel Circle: Laptop computer worth $2,000 stolen.
Victoria Square Drive: Vehicle worth $5,000 stolen from driveway of residence.
Trellis Court, Sandcastle Construction: Tools worth $3,150 stolen. Damage to trailer: $300.
Palmetto Dunes, Mooring Buoy: Cameras worth $3,100, three credit cards, two licenses, wallet worth $50 and $50 in cash stolen from residence.
Gateway Circle, Signature Flight Support Aviation: Clothing worth $200, car worth $11,500 and $398 in cash stolen. Damage to air terminal building and other structures: $3,500.
Hilton Head Early Childhood Center, Pembroke Drive: Computer and software worth $3,150, food worth $15 and $50 in other goods stolen and recovered.
South Forest Beach Drive: Clothing worth $226, and camping and fishing gear worth $395 stolen.
William Hilton Parkway: Volvo scratched. Damage: $700.
Beach City Road, Critter Management: Tools worth $290 stolen and passenger window of vehicle shattered. Damage to vehicle: $100.
Gumtree Road: Damage to vehicle: $400.
Wilborn Road: Laptop computer worth $440, license, wallet worth $25, credit card and $250 in cash stolen.
Lighthouse Road, Harbour Town Yacht Club: Cellphone worth $100 stolen, and convertible top of car ripped. Damage: $1,500.
ST. HELENA ISLAND
Club Bridge Road: Household goods worth $1,200 and other goods worth $1,200 stolen.
Compiled by staff writers Patrick Donohue and Cassie Foss.