Register staff report
More than $10,000 in tools was reported stolen Tuesday from a storage unit on Big Hill Avenue.
A complainant told police that her self-storage unit at Stor-All had been unlawfully entered and numerous tools, worth $10,300, were taken.
There were no signs of forced entry, according to a Richmond police news release.
The missing items were two Craftsman 3-ton jacks, a black, 20-inch floor fan, a set of car ramps, two motor stands, three sets of Craftsman 4-ton jack stands, a free-standing motor puller, a white 3-foot refrigerator, two Snap-On checkered racing stools, a Snap-On 60-gallon air compressor, a Craftsman shop vac, a Craftsman creeper, a work bench, a tall metal shelf, an 18,000 BTU kerosene heater, a disc sander and stand, a Craftsman reciprocating saw, a Craftsman circular saw, a Craftsman cordless drill, a Craftsman circular saw, a Craftsman cordless drill, a Craftsman cordless trim saw, and a Craftsman air hammer.
• A representative of Victory World Outreach Center, Victory Drive, told police Wednesday that two catalytic converters, worth $800, had been stolen from a church van sometime during the previous four days.
• A resident in the 400 block of Big Hill Avenue told police Wednesday that his red Kent 1600 mountain bicycle with a red flashing light on the seat, worth $200, had been stolen from the side of his apartment building shortly after midnight.
Anyone with information regarding the above listed cases is asked to call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.