The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a recently alleged metal theft.
A report on file with the Sheriff’s Office said that a deputy responded to a residence on the Toccoa By-pass on January 11 in reference to the reported theft.
The complainant said he noticed some metal had been stolen from his property between the hours of 9 and 11 p.m. on January 10.
The report stated about $1,350 worth of metal was reported taken.
Meanwhile, the Sheriff’s Office responded to a home on Trestle Ridge Road on January 9 in reference to an alleged theft.
The complainant said in the report that a four-wheeler was taken from the property sometime between 5 p.m. on January 8 and 5:45 p.m. on January 9.
The report listed the value of the four-wheeler as $1,000.
Elsewhere, the Toccoa Police Department responded to a Big A Road store on January 10 in reference to an alleged shoplifting incident.
The store said in the report that over $1,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from the store.
The report did not specify what was taken.
Finally, Toccoa Police responded to a burglary call on Morgan Street on January 9.
A woman said that jewelry and a Tom Tom GPS appeared to have been taken from a relative’s possessions.
The report said that what was reported taken is valued at more than $5,000.
All of these incidents also remain under investigation.