A Toccoa man has reported the theft of thousands of dollars worth of items from his home.
According to a report on file with the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy responded to Long Circle on June 11, where a man told him that someone took numerous items from his residence while he was in the hospital.
The man told authorities that $1,500 in cash, $350 in clothing, $200 in firearms, $500 in jewelry, and nearly $7,000 worth of other uncategorized items had been taken.
Also on June 11, a Sheriff’s Office deputy responded to Brookhaven Circle in reference to a theft.
The report stated that a man told the deputy that someone stole four tires off his front porch the night before. The tires were valued at $200 in the report.
Elsewhere, a Walker Road resident told the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office on June 5 that someone took about $1,100 worth of firearms from his residence.
Finally, the Toccoa Police Department responded to Andrews Street on June 11 in reference to a reported theft.
According to the report on file with police, a woman stated that her gray Murray push mower was taken from her front porch sometime between June 10 and 11. The mower, which also had a 3.5 horsepower Briggs and Stratton motor, was valued at about $149 in the report.
Investigations continue into all of the incidents.