BY KEN LITTLE
Sheriff's deputies are investigating the theft of property from the Kinser Park office and three golf carts from the nearby Kinser Park Golf Course.
A burglary occurred between Sunday afternoon and Wednesday morning at the Kinser Park office, 650 Kinser Park Lane, sheriff's Deputy Michael MacDonald said in a report.
A front office window was broken to provide entry. A laptop computer was stolen, the report said.
Three arcade games were pried open, and about $100 in quarters was taken, the report said.
"A total of four coin slots were damaged," the report said.
The Toshiba laptop computer is valued at $450. Damage to the coin lock on the game machines is $200. Damage to the broken window totals $100.
Three gas-powered EZ Go golf carts were stolen between Saturday night and Sunday morning from the Kinser Park Golf Course property at 780 Kinser Park Lane. The carts are worth $6,000 in total, the report said.
A golf ball washer, valued at $150, was also stolen.
A neighbor told deputies that he saw an "SUV-type" vehicle with a trailer pull up to the golf course late Saturday or early Sunday "and load up some carts," but thought it was a golf course employee and did not report the incident.
Possible male and female suspects are named in the report.