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Police: Woman reports TV, other items stolen from Pine Hill Apartment

A Salisbury woman reported someone stole two televisions, a computer and other items from her Pine Hills Apartment Friday night.

Sherita Washington told police she left her apartment around 9:45 p.m. to visit someone else in the complex, located at 410 W. 15th St., and when she returned around 10:15 p.m., her door was not locked and the apartment had been ransacked.

She told a Salisbury Police officer she believed she locked her door, but found when she came home and turned her key, the door was already unlocked. She reported a number of items stolen, including a television valued at $850, a television valued at $245, a Nintendo game console valued at $230, a CD/DVD player valued at $200 and a computer valued at $300.

Police said there was no sign of forced entry into the apartment. A bedroom dresser had also been ransacked. The officer asked if Washington had any idea who may have broken into her apartment. She named a couple of people who may have entered her apartment, both of whom lived at the complex. Police questioned and checked their apartments. None of the stolen property was found at those other apartments, a report said.

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