Stolen Hams, Missing Televisions and A Strange Maintenance Man

The information in this story comes from the ACC Police Department. An arrest doesn't mean a conviction.

A man and woman were inside their residence at 2360 West Broad Street (Oaks on the River) at 7:14am, on November 10, when they heard someone knocking on their door and yelling, “Maintenance” several times. As the woman approached the door, it was forced open, damaging the chain-lock. A man wearing a tan fishing hat, tan jacket and blue jeans was at the door, and said, “You’re not supposed to be here.” When the man went to confront the subject, he ran from the area towards Camelia Drive 

A woman returned to her Lake Place residence at 8:30pm on November 10 to find that someone had entered through a forced-open rear window and had stolen two TV’s. The intruder had exited through a side door, which was found ajar. 

Between 6:00pm on November 10 and 1:00am on November 11, a North Bluff Road residence was entered and a Sony Plasma-Screen TV, valued by the victim at $500.00, was stolen. Responding officers found no signs of forced entry.

On Fowler Drive, a neighbor heard what sounded like breaking glass at a residence next door and called ACCPD. Responding officers discovered that a door had been damaged with a pry tool and an exterior pane of glass broken at a Fowler Drive residence. The door’s dead-bolt prevented entry into the residence.

A man reported that strangers entered a storage area adjacent to the garage at his Pine Cone Place residence, forced open a large chest –type freezer and took 24 frozen smoked-hams valued at $1,440.00. Also taken from the area was a Husqvarna chain saw, a Troy-Built weed-eater and two tool boxes with assorted hand tools. The value of those items was $989.00.

 At 11:30pm on November 10, an ACCPD officer on patrol located a vehicle parked on East Carver Drive with its dome light on and glove compartment open. The owner was contacted and she determined that nothing had been taken although the car had been rummaged through.



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