A 52-inch flat-screen television and computer equipment were among items stolen between 7 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Sunday from a house in the 5900 block of Warrensburg Road, sheriff's Deputy Travis Hoxie said in a report.
The victim told deputies the house was owned by her mother, who died last year.
When the daughter went to the property Saturday, she noticed a television was missing from the living room. The back door locks had been broken off, the report said.
Someone may have entered the house through another door with a pet port behind the one with the broken locks.
Deputies found a television in the back yard that possibly fell out of the back of a truck. Tire tracks were found in the back yard, the report said.
The television is valued at $1,500. Also taken were an HP computer and monitor, six watches, five rings, three sets of earrings, four bracelets, two DVD players, a Wii video game console and a vacuum cleaner.
The combined value of those items is more than $1,900.
At least four possible suspects are named in the report.