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Monday's crime reports

The following reports were released Monday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office:

HILTON HEAD ISLAND

BREAK-IN

  • Humane Way, Hilton Head Humane Association: $30 in cash stolen. Damage to business: $400.
  • Bellhaven Way, Yacht Cove: Jewelry worth $10,000, purse worth $20, electronics worth $2,600, computer equipment worth $3,300 and checkbook stolen from residence. Damage to home: $50.
  • Office Park Road, Hilton Head Symphony Orchestra: TV and VCR worth $200 stolen from office building.
  • THEFT

  • South Forest Beach, Xanadu Villas: Bicycle and lock worth $220.
  • VANDALISM

  • Hilton Head Exterminators, Hunter Road: Damage to business vehicle: $4,000.
  • William Hilton Parkway: Damage to Jeep Grand Cherokee: $800.
  • OKATIE

    THEFT

  • Oldfield, Outfitters Center: Tag Heuer wristwatch worth $2,000 stolen during wedding ceremony.
  • BURTON

    ROBBERY

  • Battery Creek High School: A 16-year-old student and a 17-year-old student were charged with strong-arm robbery after a Sept. 18 incident at the school in which $55 was stolen. Both students have been suspended, school district spokesman Jim Foster said.
  • Broad River Boulevard Extension, City Electric Supply: Alarm activated when double-pane glass door was broken with a sledge hammer. Damage: $500.
  • BEAUFORT

    THEFT

  • Broad River Boulevard, Yellow Cab Co.: Vehicle worth $1,200 stolen.
  • BURGLARY

  • Elm Street: Electronics worth $6,255 stolen from residence.
  • PROPERTY DAMAGE

  • Pelican Circle: Tire pierced after a fight. Value: $250.
  • LADY'S ISLAND

    BURGLARY

  • Southern Magnolia Drive: Television worth $500 stolen from residence.
  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    THEFT

  • Arbor Village. Compressor worth $700 stolen. Damage: $300.
  • Compiled by Erin Moody and Cassie Foss

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