The following reports were released Monday and Tuesday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office and Bluffton Police Department:
Tuscarora Avenue: Dent, possibly from a BB gun, in pickup tailgate. Damage: $600.
Irongate Drive: Home alarm activated and 23-year-old man arrested in possession of burglary tools. Damage: $250.
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Horton Drive: Air conditioner worth $2,900.
May River Road: $5,085 worth of electronics and jewelry stolen.
Kensington Boulevard, Westbury Park Apartments: Laptop and iPod worth a total $1,250 stolen.
Persimmons Street, K&M Electric: Bumper worth $500 stolen from vehicle.
Ninth Avenue, Bluffton Park: Rear windshield of car broken. Damage: $500.
Riverchase Boulevard: Motorcycle worth $2,300 stolen.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND
Deallyon Avenue, Courtside Villas: Two flat-screen TVs worth a total of $550 stolen from two units.
Paddocks Boulevard: Bicycle, fishing equipment and sunglasses worth a total of $1,030 stolen.
William Hilton Parkway, Mi Tierra Mexican Restaurant: Alcohol worth $500 stolen.
Colonnade Drive, Colonnade Club: Electronics and lock box worth $1,030 stolen.
New Orleans Road, Reilley's Wine and Spirits: Alcohol worth $427 stolen. Damage: $400.
Singleton Beach Drive, Coco's Beach Bar: Cash and cash register worth a total of $1,400 stolen.
Off Shore Drive: Car key and battery charger pack worth $90 stolen. Damage: $150.
Wood Thrush Court, Hilton Head Plantation: A pistol, knives, clips and case worth a total of $615 stolen.
Mathews Drive, Tabby Walk: Cellphone worth $250 stolen.
New Orleans Road: Bicycle worth $1,000 stolen and later recovered.
Shipyard Drive: Two bicycles worth a total of $600 stolen.
Dune Lane: Bicycle worth $450 stolen.
Squire Pope Road: Holes punched in walls of an apartment; bleach poured on carpet and bed; broken window and profanity written on a door. Damage: $1,400.
Sea Island Parkway, Shell Food Mart: Alcohol and other goods worth $8 stolen. Damage: $500.
Green Winged Teal Drive South: Pending investigation. Damage to dwelling: $200.
Compiled by staff writers Tom Barton and Kyle Peterson.