Blotter for Jan. 24
A Blackville woman reported on Monday that someone damaged her vehicle by throwing an egg at it on Gayle Avenue.
A City of Aiken employee reported on Tuesday that someone broke into two sheds on Beaufort Street and took tools and landscaping equipment.
An Aiken woman reported on Tuesday that a suspicious man has been riding a green and black bicycle around her Boundary Avenue home. The man has reportedly followed her and even approached her in an attempt to get information about her.
Two people were detained for shoplifting on Tuesday after they pushed a cart loaded with merchandise out the door of Walmart on Whiskey Road without paying, loaded the items into their vehicle and fled the scene. Officers saw the vehicle nearby in the T.J. Maxx parking lot.
A Windsor man reported on Tuesday that someone has been using his Social Security number to collect benefits.
Aiken County sheriff’s deputies responded to an alarm at a business on Hitchcock Parkway in Aiken on Tuesday. The alarm was reportedly caused by an open door.
Vehicle break-ins were reported on Laurel Lake Drive and Gilmore Avenue in North Augusta and on Old Jackson Highway in Jackson.
Burglaries were reported on Willis Circle in Graniteville on Monday and Ranchers Street in Aiken on Tuesday.
A stolen vehicle was reported on McCormick Street in Aiken on Tuesday.