Sedalia Police Crime Reports: Afternoon of January 22, 2013
The following crime reports are from the afternoon of Jan. 22, 2013.
Break-in and thefts reported on Monday around noon
Just before noon on Monday, Sedalia Police responded to a residence in the 300 block of East 2nd on a theft complaint. According to the victim, someone entered his garage and stole approximately 80 small brass door knobs, several knives and a set of Midland 2-way radios. Value of the stolen items was placed at $410. There were no suspects at the time of the police report.
Local bank manager reports a house belonging to the bank is damaged
At 7:00 Friday morning, Sedalia police took a property damage complaint from the manager of Excel Bank at 818 Thompson Blvd. According to the manager, someone kicked in the back door of a house belonging to the bank. The house is located in the 1600 block of South Montgomery, and the damage is estimated at around $100. There were no suspects.
Extension cords reported stolen from a local convenience store
Around 1:30 this (Tuesday) morning, the Breaktime located at 808 East Broadway, reported a theft to Sedalia police. According to the complainant, two extension cords were being used outside the store to charge equipment when they were stolen. The cords were valued at $14 each and there were no suspects at the time of the police report.
Thefts from vehicles reported to the Sedalia Police Department
Sunday morning, the Sedalia Police were sent to the 200 block of South Stewart on the report of thefts from a motor vehicle. Upon arrival, the victim told the officers that someone stole some loose change and a 6-channel radio from his vehicle sometime overnight. The vehicle was parked in front of his house at the time. Value of the radio was said to be around $100. There were no suspects.
Thieves target an unlocked vehicle on South Moniteau
At 7:10 this (Tuesday) morning, Sedalia police were dispatched to a residence in the 200 block of South Moniteau on a theft complaint. Upon arrival, the female victim reported the faceplate from her car stereo and an empty backpack was stolen sometime overnight. There were no suspects and no value was placed on the stolen items.