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Kannapolis police investigate break-ins

KANNAPOLIS ó Thieves have taken a varied haul from homes ranging from $2,000 worth of pocketbooks to expensive handguns.
Kannapolis police are investigating several home break-ins including the theft of over $5,000 worth of guns and ammunition.
On Monday, thieves hit the home of James Roy Roberts Jr. at 715 Coopers Ridge Drive, taking several guns.
The items taken included three Kimber .45 handguns, a 12 gauge Mossberg shotgun, Winchester ammunition and a Dell laptop computer.
The value of the items taken was put at $5,500.
On Oct. 24, Melissa Goodman Lookabill of Helen Street reported the theft of a Smith & Wesson handgun valued at $500.
Also on Oct. 24, thieves cleaned out the perfume collection of Michelle Copeland Miranda of 2607 Millard Fuller Way, Concord.
A total of seven bottles of perfume were taken, including Eternity, Jean Paul, J-Lo and Baby Phat.
On Oct. 25, Renica Lee Grier, 6048 Avalon Drive, reported the theft of 25 pocketbooks worth $2,000.
The thief also took an Xbox 360, an iMac computer and a Phillips flat screen TV.
The total value of items taken from the Grier residence was put at $4,200. The break-in occurred between 11 p.m. on Oct. 24 and 12:30 a.m. on Oct. 25.
Anyone with information related to these break-ins is asked to call the Kannapolis Police at 704-920-4000.

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