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OREGON – An unknown suspect took a purse from a car in the 1900 block of Woodville Road on Nov. 30 and made threats with a gun.

• An unknown suspect in a red hooded sweatshirt demanded money from a cash register at Marcos, 2036 Woodville Rd. and then fled on Nov. 22.
An unknown suspect entered Movie Gallery, 2175 Woodville Road, with a gun and stole $236.


•An unknown suspect held someone at knifepoint at Woodville Surplus, 2172 Woodville Rd. on Nov. 28, and demanded money. Nothing was taken.

• Someone broke into a home in the 1800 block of Lagundovie Rd. on Nov. 22 and damaged a door and frame, then stole a 42” TV.

• Someone cut a hole in a fence at Toledo Tent, 1810 Oakdale Ave., entered the property and stole tent stakes from a truck on Nov. 18.

• Someone used a sledge hammer and knocked out brick and mortar from a home in the 300 block of Grasser St on Nov. 19.

• A digital camera was stolen from a home in the 3200 block of Eastmoreland Dr. on Nov. 18 after the home was broken into and the property damaged.

• Someone broke out a window to a home in the 300 block of Van Buren Ave. on Nov. 27 with an unknown object.

• Unknown suspect used a key to open coin boxes for washers/dryers and took approximately $350 in coins at the Cedar Run Apartments, 2629 Navarre Ave., on Nov. 17.

• Unknown suspects broke into a home in the 300 block of Wakefield PL and stole video game consoles, a TV and camera.

• An unknown suspect broke into a vehicle in the 1300 block of East Meadow Dr., and stole paperwork and the radio, and damaged the console, on Nov. 22.

• Someone entered a gated area in the 3100 block of Navarre Ave. and broke into five company vehicles, stealing tools and keys, on Nov. 21.

• Someone broke out two windows on a vehicle in the 4300 block of Morning Dove Dr. on Nov. 21 with an unknown object. Nothing was taken.

• An unknown suspect entered an unlocked vehicle in the 3400 block of Country Farms Rd., and stole an amplifier, drill and CDs, on Nov. 20.

• An unknown suspect cut down walnut and apple sapling trees at a residence in the 2400 block of Ridgeway Dr. On Nov.14.



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