The Stephens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Oak Creek Circle on November 19 in reference to a reported theft.
According to a report on file, a man told the deputy that sometime in the past six weeks, someone entered his residence and took four Winchester model 37 single barrel shotguns. The firearms are valued at approximately $1,200.
Meanwhile, the Sheriff’s Office also responded to Matheson Drive on November 20 in reference to a reported theft.
The man told a deputy that someone had stolen a wood heater, copper wiring, and a cell phone. The items are valued at $350.
Elsewhere, the Toccoa Police Department responded to the area of Meeks Street on November 26 in reference to a reported theft.
According to the report on file, someone said two train horns were taken without permission. They are valued at about $2,000.
In addition, police responded to West Currahee Street on November 27 in reference to a reported vehicle theft.
The report states that a vehicle was stolen from a used car lot sometime between November 24 and November 27. The vehicle is described as a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix.
Finally, a Braswell Street woman told the Toccoa Police Department on November 22 that someone had stolen $160 from her purse.
Authorities continue to investigate the incidents.