Sunset Beach crime report

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

Police investigated a rash of car break-ins reported July 29. About 90 percent of the items were recovered following the arrest of two teens who were charged the same day, police said. See a related story on page 16A.

•Money, a global positioning system and a telephone were reported stolen from a vehicle on Canal Street.

•An IBM computer notebook and air card reported stolen from a vehicle on 28th Street were later recovered.

•A GPS and digital camera in a black case reported stolen from a vehicle on 32nd Street were later recovered.

•A Springfield .40-caliber pistol in a nylon holster reported stolen from a vehicle on 39th Street was recovered.

•Two DVD players, 20 recordings and a Game Boy were reported stolen from a car on 33rd Street.

•A Garmin GPS and iPod were reported stolen from Canal Street. The GPS was recovered.

•At the same Canal Street address, another Garmin GPS, iPod and telephone chargers and ear buds were reported stolen from another vehicle. The iPod charger and ear buds were later recovered.

•Police recovered a Garmin GPS and DVD player reported stolen from a vehicle on 33rd Street.

•A Fuji camera reported stolen from a car on Shoreline Drive East was later recovered.

•An Insignia DVD player with two portable screens reported stolen Aug. 2 from a car on 33rd Street were later recovered. The items were last known to be secure on July 29.

•In a separate incident, police investigated a July 22 report of obtaining property by false pretense at the Sunset Inn and have taken out warrants for Kristal Hill, who remains at large. Hill is wanted in connection with other reported incidents by Brunswick County businesses involving the selling of billboard space to which she did not have access.

•Police returned a bag containing more than $2,000 in cash reported missing Aug. 2 by a Lexington man from his van near Eighth Street. Police said a Good Samaritan found the bag and turned it in at Sunset Properties.