The Toccoa Police Department is investigating two recent burglaries reported on the same road.
According to reports on file, officers responded to two burglaries on Kipling Drive on November 25.
In the first report, a resident reported that evening to police that somebody broke into her residence and stole a watch, necklace, and some checks.
The value of the watch was reported as $300 and the necklace’s value is listed as $200.
In the second report, a resident told police that someone had entered his residence and taken a ball cap and a book of checks.
Elsewhere, Toccoa Police responded to Valley Road back on November 21 in reference to a reported theft.
In the report, the resident stated that he had his electric saw and saw extension stolen from his residence sometime between the afternoon of November 19 and the evening of November 20.
Meanwhile, the Stephens County Sheriff’s Office responded on November 25 to a burglary report on Crawford Farm Extension.
The report indicated that sometime over recent months, $5,125 in miscellaneous items were taken from a property.
In addition, Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Elberton Street on November 25 in response to a burglary report.
A man told deputies that someone had broken into his warehouse and stolen $2,200 worth of items.
Finally, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a location on Industrial Boulevard on November 25 in reference to a burglary report at a commercial property.
The report stated that numerous items valued at just over $1,500 were taken from the property.
The investigations into all of these incidents continue.