By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on July 30, 2006 2:00 AM
Goldsboro and Wayne County law enforcement officers are investigating these reports:
*Employees at the Target on Sunburst Drive reported a suspicious fire Saturday that damaged $40,000 in goods. Officials said among the items damaged were light and store fixtures, ceiling tiles and storage containers.
*Employees at the Get Right Fashions Urban Wear on Ash Street reported a break-in and items stolen Friday. Officials said a $200 cash register, $400 front door and $600 in clothing was stolen from the store. Law enforcement officials believe the thief entered the building after throwing a small statue through the glass door.
*Edwards Service Station, on William Street, reported a break-in Friday, law enforcement officials said. An unknown person allegedly broke in through a side window and gained access to the shop, where they walked away with close to $1,000 in motor oil, car batteries and mechanic's tools.
*Worthington Ag Parts on U.S. 70 West reported a break-in and theft Saturday. When an employee came to work, he noticed that a $7,500 Chevrolet work-truck had been stolen.
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