Thieves make off with scores of items

By Frank Lewis

December 2, 2013

Frank Lewis

PDT Staff Writer

An entry on Valley Street in Lucasville late last week has resulted in the theft of scores of items at a value of more than $16,000. Electronics, guns, clothing and other miscellaneous items were taken in one of the largest thefts in recent times.

A 47-inch flat screen TV, valued at $800; a 46-inch flat screen TV, valued at $900; two 32-inch flat screen TVs, valued at $600; a 22-inch monitor, valued at $200; a 32-inch flat screen TV, valued at $500; an iPad Mini, valued at $350, two iPads valued at $1,000; three XBox 360s, valued at $1,150; XBox 360 controllers, valued at $600; three Black Ops 2 games, valued at $180; Madden 25 game, valued at $60; two COD Ghost games, valued at $120; Crash game, valued at $20; Minecraft game, valued at $30; MLB 2K14 game, valued at $60; NBA 2K14 game, valued at $60; XBox game console, valued at $600; XBox 1 Ghost game, valued at $60; XBox 1 Madden 25 game, valued at $60; seven Beats head phones, valued at $140.

Also taken in the entry were two American Eagle hoodie sweatshirts, valued at $100; an Aeropostale hooded sweatshirt, valued at $50; four pairs of American Eagle jeans, valued at $170; Aeropostale jeans, valued at $30; Samsung Blu-Ray player, valued at $150; Vizio Blu-Ray player, valued at $125; Sony Blu-Ray player, valued at $140; three Hewlett-Packard laptop computers, valued at $1,800; Dell laptop computer, valued at $500; Dell desk top computer tower, valued at $400; three Fourth Generation ipads, valued at $600; Astro gaming headset, valued at $300; two Triton gaming headsets with a total value of $280; Panasonic camera, valued at $150; Sony digital camera, valued at $140.

Other items included a DeWalt Cordless Combo Kit, valued at $500; DPMS AR 15 Rifle, valued at $1,000; Glock 23 Generation Four gun with two magazines, valued at $500; Smith & Wesson M & P 40 caliber gun with two magazines, valued at $450; Ruger 360 pistol, valued at $350; miscellaneous ammunition, valued at $500; two Aeropostale sweatshirts, valued at $80; two Carter’s children’s outfits, valued at $40; two pairs of Children’s Place kids jeans, valued at $60 and eight HDMI cords, valued agt $80.

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