PAVILION DOOR DAMAGED AT FIRE COMPANY SITE
RANSOMVILLE -- A member of the Ransomville Fire Company told a Niagara County sheriff's deputy Monday morning that someone used a large pry bar to force open a door to a pavilion on the fire company grounds, damaging the door and frame.
The member told Deputy Raymond Tracy the damage was caused sometime after 8:30 p.m. Sunday. He said someone may have entered the building but nothing appeared to be missing at that time.
VEHICLES BROKEN INTO, STEREO EQUIPMENT TAKEN
NIAGARA FALLS -- City police took calls from two residents Monday with similar complaints about breaking into vehicles and stealing stereo equipment.
A man on 25th Street told Officer Kathy A. Stack someone parked in back of his house and took his truck's amplifier, TV and subwoofer. A rear window was broken to enter, he said. The thieves also took 100 CDs, the man said.
A woman in the area told Stack two men in a minivan were seen circling the area before the incident happened.
A man on Michigan Avenue said someone broke his car window overnight and took stereo equipment. He told Officer Michael Corcoran he was going to check local pawn shops for his property.
$1,000 NECKLACE STOLEN FROM WOMAN'S BEDROOM
LOCKPORT -- An Applewood Drive resident told a Niagara County sheriff's deputy Monday afternoon someone took a gold necklace with three diamonds valued at $1,000 from her bedroom sometime over the past week.
The woman said a new lock was recently installed on her bedroom and she suspects a woman in the theft.
Deputy Timothy J. Gilliam said the investigation is continuing.