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Residents report numerous break-ins

The Rowan County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary at a residence in China Grove.
Larry Harkey, 47, reported several items stolen from his home at the 1200 block of John Street. According to the incident report, the burglar came through the front door with no forced entry.
Seven Chevrolet engine heads valued at $700, a $100 Chevy transmission, an XBox 360 valued at $100, seven video games valued at $150 and $200 in cash was taken from the residence.
The Sheriff’s Office is also investigating:
• The larceny of two air conditioning units valued at $200 from Benham Real Estate Group.
The incident occurred at a building at Hawkins Loop in Salisbury. Tools were used to pry open the door.
• The theft of 50 hydrocodone pills valued at $250 and a $400 television from Christopher Mark Stewart.
The incident occurred at Stewart’s home at the 12000 block of U.S. 52 in Rockwell.
• A bulgary of several items from a home on Hannah Ferry Road in Salisbury.
Brenna Michelle McBreen reported an HP Pavilion desktop computer valued at $400, a $100 computer monitor, a camara and equipment valued at $300, a $50 Zenith 12-inch TV with a VHS player, a 30-inch TV valued at $100 and a $130 webcam stolen from her residence.

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