(CLARINDA) The Clarinda Police Department is investigating numerous theft reports.
On Monday, Bobby Hull reported that his residence at 716 N. 12th Street had been burglarized sometime during the early morning hours of November 4th. Entry had been gained by removing a screen from a window. Various items of personal property, including money and jewelry, were taken from the residence. The estimated value of the property is around $445.
Lisa Holtz reported that her 1999 Dodge had been broken into while the vehicle was parked in the parking lot at Timber Creek apartments. $100 in cash was taken from the vehicle sometime during the early morning hours of November 19th.
Personnel at Cardinal Auto Sales reported that a Pioneer brand stereo system had been stolen from a 1993 GMC Suburban for sale at the dealership. The theft is believed to have occurred sometime during November 16-19. The value of the stereo system is estimated at $100.
On Sunday, Brian Dennis Kelley II reported that a stereo sound system had been stolen from a 2001 Chevrolet Blazer owned by Kelley while the vehicle was parked at Kelley’s residence at 400 N. 12th Street. The estimated value of the system is $860.
And on Friday, Jack Ray Woldruff reported the theft of a check from his residence. The check was discovered missing when Woldruff found a forged check in his bank statement.