According to Mineral Wells police, several property crimes were reported over the past several days.
• A selection of hand tools, golf clubs and ladders, valued at about $4,000, was reportedly taken during a vehicle burglary in the 200 block of N.E. 22nd Avenue. Police received the report July 24.
• A theft report filed Wednesday in the 2500 block of North Murco Drive indicates a resident returned home to discover a box of surround sound speakers was missing from the garage. Reports indicate acquaintances at the residence prior to the incident were working on a car in the garage and might have been responsible for the theft.
• Police received a burglary report Friday in the 800 block of S.W. 19th Street. The complainant was reportedly awakened early that morning but returned to sleep, discovering her purse missing upon waking up again. The reports indicates the complainant identified a roommate as a possible suspect.
• According to a vehicle burglary report filed Friday in the 900 block of S.W. 28th Street, someone entered an unlocked vehicle at the location sometime in the four-day period prior to the report and removed a checkbook and a pair of sunglasses.
• About $20 in change and assorted paperwork was taken during the burglary of a building in the 3200 block of Municipal Highway 379, according to a report filed Saturday. The report indicates someone entered the building by prying the metal siding from the building’s exterior.
• The complainant in an unauthorized use of a motor vehicle report filed Sunday in the 300 block of N.E. 27th Avenue told police an acquaintance is possibly responsible for a 1999 white Ford Expedition taken from the residence without consent.
• An apartment in the 3000 block of N.E. 2nd Street was ransacked, though nothing was reported missing, according to a criminal mischief report filed Saturday. Someone reportedly entered the locked apartment using a key.
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