A Winder woman called police last week to report several items missing from her Amherst Drive residence.
The woman notified authorities after arriving home and finding her back door pried open and the door frame damaged.
Police noticed a kitchen table in close proximity to the door. The victim explained that she had attempted to block the back door with the table because two acquaintances told her that “someone was going to split the profits from her belongings” after breaking into the residence.
The victim told police that two other acquaintances had accused each other of wanting to split the profits from the televisions inside her residence.
According to the victim, all four acquaintances know each other, but none admitted burglarizing her residence.
Police recovered a tire iron and fingerprints from inside the home.
Items stolen include a 47 inch flat screen television, a Phillips flat screen television, a diamond necklace with a heart shaped pendant, a gold bracelet, an aquamarine ring, a gold band and a gold bracelet with ten commandment charms. The woman added that her dog, a white Maltese named Lilly, was stolen in September.
The case remains under investigation.
Other incidents investigated by Winder Police this past week include the following:
• battery on West Athens Street.
• entering auto on Fairview Avenue.
• suspicious vehicle on Box Circle.
• entering auto on West Wright Street.
• recovered stolen property on North Broad Street.
• damage to property at a Dreamland Circle address.
• criminal trespass on Second Street.
• robbery on North Broad Street.
• burglary on West New Street.
• shoplifting at a South Broad Street address.
• criminal trespass on Lily Drive.
• suspicious activity on Turtle Creek Drive.
• harassment reported on North Broad Street.
• theft by conversion at an East May Street address.