Posted: Friday, April 26, 2013 10:01 am
The Messenger, April 25, 2013
Nearly $2,000 worth of items — including televisions and firearms — were stolen from a Union City home earlier this week.
The break-in at Jody and Lynn Adams’ home at 901 Edwards St. apparently occurred sometime between 12:45 p.m. Monday and about noon Tuesday, according to a Union City Police Department report.
The burglary was reported shortly after noon Tuesday by the Adams’ daughter, who showed police the point of entry at a patio door. The glass had been broken out.
It was determined several items were taken from inside the home. Mrs. Adams later returned home and submitted a list of stolen property to police.
Police said the items stolen from rooms throughout the house included two Emerson 32-inch televisions, a High Point .380 caliber semi-automatic pistol in a hard case, a Winchester 20-gauge pump shotgun, firearms ammunition and shotgun shells, a glass jug with about $200 in change and a blue lunch box.
The door at the point of entry sustained about $150 in damage and it was also determined that a door lock on another side of the home had been damaged, according to the police report.