Police look into thefts

BellefontainePolice Patch

Officers of the Bellefontaine Police Department are investigating a reported theft from Kemba Financial Credit Union, 1161 S. Main St.

Monday, Director of Branch Operations Traci Bachman reported a deposit from Kemba to Chase was $1,000 short.

• Grace D. Edwards, 312 N. Park St., reported Wednesday she came home from work and found a rear door to the residence was open. A 55-inch television was reported stolen.

• Asset protection staff at Walmart, 2281 S. Main St., reported Tuesday a 55-inch television was stolen Sunday by a named male suspect.

In a separate incident, two computers were stolen from the store on Monday.

• Tim Shelton, 512 Limestone St., reported Monday his car was entered overnight and loose change and a pair of sunglasses were stolen. He reports his loss was more than $250.

• Joshua B. Collins, of 426 Kent Drive, Apt. 11, reported Wednesday he discovered two unauthorized debit card transactions totaling more than $470. One was originated in Pennsylvania and the other came out of Illinois. 

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