Fort Mill Times

Police blotter - October 1, 2008

Woman robbed

A Fort Mill woman said she was robbed by two men on Webbs Mill Drive Saturday, Sept. 20, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.

The victim was sleeping in her truck when someone opened her door, placed his hand over her mouth, demanded money and then took it from her pants' pocket, according to the report. The suspect took $120, she said.

The victim told police she heard another suspect tell the first one to take her phone. The Nextel phone, which was stolen, is valued at $200. The victim could not identify the suspects.

Moving truck found

A moving truck, confirmed stolen from an address in Florida, was impounded on Hwy. 160 West on Saturday, Sept. 27, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report. The suspect, a Gastonia, N.C., man, has not been charged and the deputy could not confirm if the items have been stolen.

Jewelry stolen

A Fort Mill Township woman said $8,075 worth of jewelry was taken from her home on Huckleberry Hill Drive sometime between Monday, Sept. 15, and Wednesday, Sept. 24, according to a sheriff's office report.

The victim said she has an idea of who the suspects are.

Storage unit burglarized

A Fort Mill Township woman's storage unit was broken into and several items were removed sometime between Sunday, Sept. 21, and Saturday. Sept. 27, according to a sheriff's office report.

Someone cut the lock and stole Blu-ray movies, watches and video games from the unit, according to the report. The total value of the items was reported to be $3,166.

Contruction site burglarized

A construction site was robbed on Bannerman Lane sometime between Tuesday, Sept. 23, and Wednesday, Sep 24, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.

Someone stole 30 bundles of hardwood flooring from the site, according to the report.

The total value of the flooring is $2,000.

- By Christopher Corrado

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