Martin County Sheriff’s Office blotter includes burglaries, thefts

From The Palm Beach Post: After a couple moved into a new residence in the 3400 block of Southeast Court Drive in Stuart, they had a technician come to hook up the phone service. After the technician left, the woman removed three rings from her fingers and set them on the kitchen counter. The technician came back about 15 minutes later and worked on a phone in the kitchen, on the same counter where the rings were placed. The next morning, the woman realized the rings were gone. The total value of the missing gold and diamond rings is $53,000.

A 12-gauge shotgun was stolen from a home in the 14800 block of Southwest Indian Mound Drive in Indiantown. The gun had been kept in a cabinet in the master bedroom closet. The victim’s son was the only person in the home when the shotgun disappeared, and he denied touching it or knowing of its whereabouts.

Two men and a woman went on a spree inside a store in the 3400 block of Northwest Federal Highway in Jensen Beach. The trio stuffed 25 shirts and two sweatshirts into a bag and walked out. The value of the stolen items is $900.

For the complete article: http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/crime-law/no-trespassing-sign-doesnt-keep-fishermen-from-ret/njLpz/

 

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