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Video games, cosmetics reported stolen
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Video games, cosmetics reported stolen
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Tuesday, September 29. 2009
Statham Police were called to a Baker Street address last week to investigate a burglary.
The victim reported two DVD players, video games, two suitcases and over $200 worth of Mark Kay cosmetics were stolen.
Investigators believe the burglars placed the cosmetics, games and DVD players inside the suitcases before removing them from the residence.
The incident remains under investigation.
Other incidents investigated by Statham Police during the past week include:
• property damage on Atlanta Highway.
• noise complaint at a Sixth Street location.
• traffic accident at Atlanta Highway and Eighth Street. No injuries were reported.
• traffic accident on Atlanta Highway at Hayes Lake Road. No injuries were reported.
• traffic accident on Atlanta Highway at Price Street. One person was transported to Barrow Regional Medical Center with minor injuries.
Statham Police also issued 11 traffic citations and two traffic warnings during the last week.
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