Theft was reported at 12:50 p.m. March 10 from Michael Lane. The complainant told police money had been stolen from his company account. The money was electronically transferred out of the account using multiple applications.  Loss:  $4,000. 

Retail theft was reported at 2:45 p.m. March 10 from 125 on Main on Main Street. Staff told police a woman grabbed a shirt and left the store without paying for it. STaff followed her and told her to come back but she did not return. Loss: $32. 

Burglary was reported at 3:13 p.m. March 13 from Elm Street. The complainant told police no one was living at the residence at the time. On Feb. 25 the owner noticed some of her property was stolen from the house including marble tiles, an antique door, circular saw and bed sheets. An electrical fireplace was stolen and the wood shelving around it. Keys to the house that were inside were also missing and a gas fireplace had been moved. After that burglary a chain was put up on the inside of a door frame. On March 13 the complainant noticed the chain was no longer attached and a bookshelf was missing. Loss: $405


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