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By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on July 13, 2007 1:45 PM

Thefts reported

*Cheryl Ann Blum-Langley reported someone broke into her home in the 100 block of Sir Richards Drive, Pikeville, and stole a crystal cat figurine, valued at $250, a gold necklace, DVDs, $5 change, Hydrocodone and other items, valued at $100.

*Kyle Butler Lancaster reported someone broke into his home in the 500 block of U.S. 117 North, Pikeville, and stole Sony PlayStation 2, digital camcorder, jewelry, money, and other items, all valued at $1,700.

*Elva Garner reported someone broke into her home in the 600 block of Pineview Cemetery Road and stole four .22-caliber rifles, all valued at $570.

*Someone broke into a home under construction in Wayne County and stole a kitchen counter top, floor tile border and other items, valued at $2,710. Vandals also damaged $1,050 in property.

*Someone broke into two homes under construction in the 200 block of of Village Grove Drive and stole a light fixture, vanity, french door and other items, valued at $10,450.

*Naomi W. Thompson reported someone broke into her home in the 3000 block of Thoroughfare Road and stole a TV valued at $1,000.

*Matt Delbridge reported someone broke into his silver 2001 Lincoln LS while parked outside his home in the 400 block of North Jackson Street. Nothing was reported missing. Damage was set at $150.

Information sought

Goldsboro-Wayne Crime Stoppers and the Goldsboro Police Department are asking for citizens' help in a series of break-ins that occurred in the southern part of the city in early May.

Between May 2 and July 2, thieves have broken into vehicles, homes and also a church. Stolen property includes everything from food and clothing items to firearms.

Anyone with information about this crime or any suspicious activity is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 735-2255, said Sgt. Dot Ardes, law enforcement coordinator.

"You may think the information you have is not that important, but it may be just the piece of the puzzle law enforcement needs to solve a case," Sgt. Ardes said.

All callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for up to $1,000 if their information leads to a felony arrest.