Sher­iff’s Depart­ment Crime Stop­pers: Faucets, tools taken

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Be­tween 12:01 a.m. and 11:59 p.m. on Sun­day, May 3, a theft oc­curred from a build­ing in the 2700 block of Salem Val­ley Road in Ring­gold, in which nearly sink faucets were stolen.

The vic­tim told deputies four sink faucets were stolen from the home’s garage.

The house is un­der con­struc­tion and the owner was un­able to se­cure the garage door.

A friend claimed to have seen a sil­ver Chevrolet truck with West Vir­ginia tags in the drive­way of the prop­erty on the day the theft oc­curred.

The vic­tim was ad­vised of the pro­to­col re­gard­ing the theft, and the case was then turned over to de­tec­tive Jeremy Keener.

Be­tween 7 p.m. on May 1, and 6:32 p.m. on May 4, a bur­glary oc­curred at a res­i­dence on Cross Creek Drive in Ring­gold, in which $800 worth of tools was stolen.

A con­struc­tion worker re­ported the in­ci­dent at the prop­erty, which is cur­rently be­ing ren­o­vated.

A mas­ter lock, which was orig­i­nally con­nect­ing a chain around a set of scaf­folds, was found dis­con­nected in the mid­dle of the res­i­dence.

The lock had been cut, and it was determined that a ta­ble saw was miss­ing from within the home.

A set of red-han­dled bolt cut­ters was found on site next to a sawhorse.

Tire tracks were also lo­cated in the dirt where the ta­ble saw had been wheeled away.

The case has been turned over to de­tec­tive Daniel Thacker.

Be­tween 7 p.m. on May 11, and 2:30 p.m. on May 12, a res­i­den­tial bur­glary oc­curred in the 200 block of Ed­sel Drive in Rossville, in which $580 worth of tools was stolen.

The vic­tim told po­lice some­one forced en­try into the trailer and took a num­ber of tools.

He also stated the trailer was va­cant at the time of in­ci­dent due to it be­ing ren­o­vated.

The front door of the trailer was locked when he re­turned home, but the back door had been pried open, and then left un­locked.

An air com­pres­sor, car­pet kicker, mis­cel­la­neous tools, and a router were stolen dur­ing the in­ci­dent.

The vic­tim couldn’t im­me­di­ately pro­vide se­rial num­bers for the stolen prop­erty.

The case has been turned over to de­tec­tive Ja­son Sul­li­van.

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