Register staff report
Jewelry worth nearly $31,000 was stolen sometime in the past five weeks from a Powderhorn Drive home, according to a Richmond Police Department news release.
The items reported stolen from the home in the 600 block of Powderhorn Drive included a 14K yellow-gold necklace with a 1.5-carat diamond snowman pendant; a yellow-gold 1-carat diamond heart pendant; a yellow-gold sapphire and ruby pendant; a 14K yellow-gold 8-inch diamond bracelet; two 14K yellow-gold 20-inch snake necklaces; a yellow-gold 3-carat amethyst pendant; a yellow-gold 3-carat yellow topaz pendant; a pair of 14K gold hoop earrings; and a 14K yellow-gold 18-inch box chain.
• The owner of a rental property in the 1200 block of Race Street reported Wednesday that an unknown brand window air-conditioning unit, worth $220, had been stolen from the home during the previous four days.
• A resident in the 200 block of Earleen Court told police Tuesday that a 16 GB green iPod Nano, worth $179, had been stolen from her unlocked vehicle during the previous day.
• The manager of
the Stone Creek Community on Keri Ann Drive reported Tuesday that a Frigidaire 6500 BTU window air-conditioning unit, worth $239, had been stolen from one of the community’s mobile homes sometime during the previous four days.
• A representative of East Main Auto Sales reported Saturday that a van parked on the property had been broken into during the night, and four Michelin white-all tires mounted on chrome rims, worth $1,500, were stolen from inside the vehicle. Entry was gained by breaking the driver’s side window, according to the RPD news release.
Anyone with information about these cases is asked to call the Richmond Police Department at 623-1162.