The resident of the home told police that when she arrived back after being gone for three days, she noticed that someone had broken in through her back bedroom window. No other items were reported taken from the home.
· Between 7:15 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. on Sunday, July 18, a burglary occurred at a residence at 63 Pinto Lane in Ross-ville, in which an extension cord, DVD player, and box fan were reported stolen.
The victim stated to police that there were no signs of forced entry. However, she also stated that simply pulling on it, even when locked, could open the back door of the trailer.
The victim had no brand names or serial numbers for police as they look into the matter.
· On Wednesday, July 28, between 9:05 p.m. and 9:28 p.m., a doublewide mobile home was burglarized at 23 Lep-pizan Trail in Tunnel Hill, resulting in over $5,400 in jewelry being stolen from the residence.
The victim told police that when she returned home, her bedroom and closet doors were open and that items had been taken. She said that there were no signs of any forced entry. The victim then supplied police with a list of the missing jewelry items.
· Between 8 p.m. on July 16 and 2:35 a.m. on July 17, a 32-inch Toshiba flat-panel television was stolen from a residence at 19 National Boulevard in Rossville.
The victim stated that he returned home to find that his front door had been broken open and the television taken.
The victim added that the item had been purchased within the past two weeks, and that he couldn’t provide a se-rial number at the time.