Durham County

Children’s clothes stolen from Rugged Warehouse; Devine’s restaurant vandalized

Durham Police Department headquarters on West Chapel Hill Street.
Durham Police Department headquarters on West Chapel Hill Street. The Herald Sun

Jeans, a wallet, financial cards and cash with a combined value of $56 were stolen out of a 1999 Toyota Tacoma parked at the intersection of Cranford Road and Academy Road on Sunday.

▪  20 Nike children outfits with a combined value of $7 were shoplifted from Rugged Warehouse in the 3400 block of Westgate Drive on Monday.

▪  A disposer valued at $90, four PVC pipe fittings valued at $30 and 30 supply lines valued at $20 all owned by JD Plumbing were stolen out of a 2015 Chevrolet Express van parked at a residence in the 4400 block of Bennett Memorial Road sometime between Sunday and Monday.

▪  A bracelet, a pair of earrings with a pendant and two necklaces with a combined value of $5,200 were stolen from a home in the 4600 block of Carlton Crossing Drive sometime between Jan. 15 and Sunday.

▪  An act of vandalism dealt $500 of damage to a window pane at Devine's Restaurant & Sports Bar in the 900 block of West Main Street on April 1.

▪  A pink bag with lipstick, a pocketbook, a wallet and assortment of identification and financial cards with a combined value of $177 were stolen out of a 2011 Hyundai Sonata GLS parked in the 100 block of Woodcroft Parkway on March 31.

Colin Warren-Hicks: 919-419-6636, @CWarrenHicks

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