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Guns, air conditioners stolen

SALISBURY — The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a break-in of a home on Rainey Road.
According to the report, someone broke into the home on May 24 between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., taking a .32 caliber five-shot revolver, a single barrel shotgun, two leather handbags, four antique dolls and a wooden door frame.
Other cases under investigation:
• A Trane air conditioner was stolen from a home on Archer Farm Drive between March 12 and May 24. The value of the unit is $600.
• Two Elmo dolls, a dishwasher, washing machine, freezer, push mower and riding mower were stolen from a home on Crowder Dixon Road between May 5 and 19, reported May 24 to authorities. The total value of the items stolen is $525.
• A computer and gun were taken from a home on Flash Bullet Drive in Rockwell between May 22 and 25.
• A $500 spotlight off a boat was taken from a Lakeside Drive home between May 14 and 25.
• A Trane air conditioning unit was taken from behind a building on Yadkin River Drive between May 1 and 24. The value of the unit is $3,500.

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