Sedalia Police Crime Reports: July 27, 2012
Here is your Sedalia Police crime reports for July 27, 2012.
Sedalia man reports thefts from his home in the 900 block of South Osage
At 6:29 Thursday morning, Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a victim in the 900 block of South Osage. According to the victim, someone entered his residence and stole approximately $2200 in items sometime overnight. The police report states there are two suspects in the case.
Local pawn shop turns in some stolen property
Around noon on Thursday, the Osage Thrift Shop at 116 West Main called the Sedalia Police Department about a possibly stolen Impact Wrench in the possession of the business. The police checked the serial numbers on the cordless tool with a reported theft out of Cooper County. The numbers reportedly matched, and the wrench was taken into police custody pending an investigation.
Two bicycles reported stolen in the 1300 block of East 24th
At 8:44 Thursday morning, Sedalia police investigated two bicycle thefts in the 1300 block of East 24th. One of the bikes was a mountain bike valued at $50, and the other bike was worth around $30 according to the police report. There was no information on possible suspects in the report.
Vandals damage a mailbox in the 3300 block of Anderson Ave.
According to a victim in the 3300 block of Anderson Ave., vandals knocked a mailbox off of its pole in the 3300 block of Anderson Ave. earlier this month.