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Blotter: Four guns worth $3,620 stolen

Robert Biles, of Enochville Avenue, reported his home was broken into Wednesday, and four guns valued at $3,620 were taken.
The rifles – two Remington 270 rifles and one Browning 7 mm – were valued at $1,100 each, and a Remington 870 shotgun is valued at $300. A Maglite was also taken, valued at $20.
Also reported to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office was the theft of a 2007 red and black Mustang from the home of Jennifer Elliott of Woodland Creek Drive. The car is valued at $20,000.
Crimes reported to the Salisbury Police Department:
• Valerie Habeeb reported her Toshiba laptop was taken from her car while it was parked at 123 Mahaley Ave on Jan. 4.
• Charles Evitt reported a stereo was stolen from his car while it was parked at 217 W. Marsh St. on Jan. 4.
• William Freeman reported tools were stolen from his vehicle, which was parked in his driveway at 2203 Welch Road on Jan. 4.
• Delisa Price reported Jan. 4 that a ring was taken from her South Fulton Street home while she was at church.
• Lancasters Car Wash, 931 S. Main St., reported on Jan. 5 that $600 in quarters was stolen out of a coin machine between Jan. 1 and Jan. 5.
• Jimmy Reavis reported someone entered an unlocked car at 424 Statesville Blvd., taking a debit card from the glove compartment, and using the card to withdrawal and charge up to $404 from his account. Reavis reported the larceny Jan. 5.
• Summit Lamp Corporation, 108 E. 12th St., reported Jan. 5 that components from inside an air conditioning unit were stolen.

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