Homes, vehicles burglarized
Three vehicles and a home were burglarized in Fort Mill this week, according to York County Sheriff’s office reports.
A resident of RPC Road in Fort Mill told a sheriff’s office deputy that someone stole an HP laptop from her unlocked vehicle overnight on on Dec. 14, a report states.
On Dec. 16, deputies responded to a call from a resident on Stratford Run Drive who said someone went into her unlocked car and stole a leather wallet with a Clemson logo she intended to give as a gift. There was no money in the wallet, she said.
That same day, a resident of Wimbleton Woods Drive reported that someone broke into a vintage vehicle he owns and tampered with some wires located behind an ashtray which had been moved. Nothing was reported stolen from the vehicle, the owner told a deputy.
One day later, another resident of Wimbleton Woods Drive called the sheriff’s office to report that someone stole several items from his unlocked truck, including an iPod, reading glasses and a CD player/radio unit.
A home on Mills Lane was burglarized sometime between Dec. 15 and Dec. 16, the homeowner told the sheriff’s office, according to a Dec. 17 report. The homeowner said lawn equipment, including a $350 leaf blower and a weed cutter also valued at $350 were stolen from an unlocked garage. He also told deputies that a Christmas wreath was left on his front porch.
Several hours after a deputy responded, the complainant’s wife called the the deputy that she found the stolen items in a neighbor’s yard and that other neighbors were talking about cars being broken into, music CDs removed and then swapped from one car to another.