A vehicle reported as stolen was recovered on Reynold Pond Road after a witness noticed the vehicle unoccupied for days.
Vandalism was reported on Bethcar Church Road in Wagener. The owner said she heard a loud crunch and a motor revving. After the woman went outside to check on the noise, she noticed skid marks through her yard and her electric fence was torn down.
Burglary, vandalism and larceny were reported at a home on Three Notch Road in Batesburg after the owner stated an unknown subject kicked in the back pantry door and removed a white, flat-top service stove from the property.
A larceny was reported on Old Powderhouse Road after the victim stated an unknown subject stole an AC unit from an apartment complex. The unit had just been replaced due to a recent theft.
A burglary was reported on Oak Street in Gloverville after the owner stated an unknown subject forced open the back door and entered the residence. The only items reported missing from the residence were miscellaneous papers.
A larceny was reported on Olivia Road in Gloverville after the victim stated a large roll of vinyl was stolen from a construction site.
A burglary was reported on Edisto Road in North Augusta. The victim told police everyone was gone from the residence and all the doors were locked, and when the children returned home from school, they saw an unknown subject had broken into the house and took various items. The back door had been forced open and there was damage around the door.
A larceny was reported on Westover Drive when the owner stated a Taurus .357 Magnum revolver was missing from the bedroom. The gun is valued at about $500.
A larceny was reported on Jefferson Davis Highway after the owner returned home to find a license plate on a truck was gone.
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