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[November 13, 2012]

Thefts reported to APD

ASHLAND, Nov 13, 2012 (The Daily Independent - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) -- The following information was taken from Ashland Police Department reports: Theft --A resident of the 3200 block of Simpson Road reported the theft of a laptop computer worth $220. The resident said the computer went missing when a visitor left his home.

--Tri-State Regional Cancer Center reported stolen prescription blanks and said the blanks had been in a metal lock box that was stolen. The blanks were for controlled substance prescriptions.

--A man reported the theft of his metal mail box and post from his rental property in the 500 block of Cherrington Street. The man named a suspect.

--Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital reported the theft of a company Toyota Tacoma pickup.

--Kroger reported the theft of merchandise worth $38.89. The store named a suspect.

--A resident of the 4800 block of Richardson Road reported the theft of a shotgun in a brown case, a rifle in a black case with camo sling and medication. The value of the stolen items was $700. The thief got into the victim's unlocked vehicle and took the guns and medicine.

--A man reported the theft of a stove, refrigerator, window air conditioner, garage door opener and antique stove from a rental property in the 4200 block of Blackburn Avenue. He told police his tenant took the items when he vacated the property. Police have a suspect.

--A West Virginia woman reported the theft of her car registration card with the renewal decal still attached when the car was parked at her daughter's home on Forest Avenue.

--Walmart reported five occurrences of shoplifting, with the total amount of the stolen merchandise being $782. Police have suspects.

--A resident of the 200 block of 16th Street reported the theft of $50 in cash, a case of beer, a cell phone and charger from his residence. The value of the stolen items was $72.

--A resident of the 3200 block of Holt Street reported the theft of a cell phone worth $200. The phone was stolen from his residence.

Receiving stolen property --The Lawrence County Sheriff's office reported that a laptop computer reported stolen in Louisa had turned up at Tri-State Pawn in Ashland. Police have a suspect.

Terroristic threatening --Two women in the 2300 block of Crooks Street told police a man had threatened to kill them.

Burglary --A firm in the 400 block of 21st Street reported the theft of a desktop computer and monitor worth $600. The thief pried open a door to get in the building, doing $500 worth of damage to the door.

--Burglars stole scaffolding and roofing supplies from a storage garage in the 2200 block of Winchester Avenue.

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