The following Sedalia Police crime reports are from the afternoon of Mar. 20, 2013.

Traffic accident reported on West Broadway Monday afternoon

At 4:25 on Monday afternoon, Sedalia Police and emergency personnel responded to the area of Broadway and Winchester Dr. after a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle. According to the police report, the victim received serious injuries and was taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center, then flown to Columbia. There was no information on the condition of the victim at news time.

Gun stolen in Alabama in 1978 taken into custody Tuesday

On Tuesday, Sedalia police were sent to Osage Thrift Shop located at 116 West Main on a report of a stolen handgun. Upon arrival officers took the gun into custody. The gun was said to be from a 1978 theft in the state of Alabama.

Stolen property recovered at a local pawn shop Monday evening

Around 5:00 Monday evening, Sedalia police responded to the Family Pawn at 2805 West Broadway on a report of a stolen Playstation 3. Upon arrival, officers took the Playstation 3 and placed it on property hold at the police station.

Thieves target a woman's online bank account with unauthorized charges

On Tuesday afternoon, a female complainant filed a theft complaint with the Sedalia Police Department. According to the victim, she found three unauthorized charges on her online bank account. There was no information on a possible suspect in the police report.

$1500 in electronics reported stolen from a home on North Engineer

At 3:10 Tuesday afternoon, Sedalia police responded to the 2100 block of South Missouri on a burglary report. Upon arrival, the victim told officers that sometime after 7:30 that morning, someone forced entry to her hous, and stole approximately $1500 worth of electronic equipment. There were no suspects, but an investigation is ongoing.

Home in the 300 block of North Engineer damaged by vandals

Around 4:00 Tuesday afternoon, Sedalia police took a property damage complaint from a victim in the 300 block of North Engineer. The owner of the property told officers that someone kicked a side door open on the side of his residence, but nothing was taken from the residence. There were no suspects at news time.