Sheriff’s Department Crime Stoppers: Faucets, tools taken
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.