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Trenton Home Robbed of Appliances, Cabinets


web posted November 3, 2012

TRENTON – A Georgia man with a rental home on Family Circle arrived to check on the property around 5:30 Thursday afternoon only to discover the rear door forced open and the appliances and cabinets in the kitchen all missing. The last time the owner checked the property was on October 19 around 4 pm. The owner found one item not stolen as strange, a non-working microwave.

A Sheriff' Deputy arrived and took the information and photographed the scene. He also noted the forced entry through the rear door. The owner stated that the home has been vacant for about five weeks after the last tenant left.

Taken from the home were a stove, refrigerator, and the kitchen cabinets. Oddly left behind was a microwave over that was not working. There was no power connected to the home so whoever stole the appliances could not have tested the microwave to see if it worked before leaving it behind.

The owner did not have brand names or serial numbers at the time of the incident, but said he would fax all the information to the Sheriff's Office on Friday.
    
The estimated cost of the stolen property was listed at $2,200.

The case has been turned over to the Sheriff's Criminal Investigative Division for further investigation.



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