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April 23, 2014

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Diamond Rings, Silver Dollars Reported Stolen From Home

Originally published: 2013-04-19 10:51:21
Last modified: 2013-04-19 10:58:32

Six diamond rings and 17 silver dollars were stolen between Oct. 30, 2012, and Wednesday from a house on Callie View Lane, sheriff's Deputy Aaron Rogers said in a report.

The victim identified a possible male suspect, who "has told people he has taken the rings," the report said.

The rings are valued at $7,000. The silver dollars are worth $2,500.

Sheriff's deputies are also investigating the theft of money and a small safe from a house in the first block of Brown Avenue.

The theft happened between April 7 and 8, Deputy Mark Crum said in a report made available Wednesday.

The Sentry safe box contained $650 in cash. Prescription pills and a car title were also stolen, the victim told deputies.

The Sentry safe is valued at $95.

Two possible male suspects and one possible female suspect are named in the report.

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