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Page 8A iR -porter May 30, 2018 gill I /Ilkho l I nms The Monroe County sheriff's office has released a photo of a woman they say may have had a role in a spate of auto break-ins all over the county in the past two weeks. The sheriff's office posted a photo on its Facebook page Tuesday taken from a security video at the Kroger .on Zebtdon Road showing a young white female that it says used a credit card stolen Justice went to a Kyndal Lane fromavchideattheMonme homeonMay 17where County Rec Department. : MaryAnn Skinner said she The rec department was one of several places where thieves entered cars in the county recently. Anyone who may know the woman is asked to call MCSO Sgt Sam Leggett at 994-7043. The auto break-ins appeared to start in the Ad- amsville Park neighborhod on Kyndal Lane on May 17 Monroe County CpL lake ' discovered her 2015 GMC Acadia had been entered. Skinners husband, Billy Skin- ner, said a Ruger LCR 9 mm handgun, valued at about $500, was stolen from the center console. A neighbor, Tony Fox, told Justice his wife's vehicle also had been entered but nothing was stolen, Kyndal Lane resident Hugh Cobb then told Justice he noticed his truck had been entered, when he was leaving for work at about 5:30 a.m. that morning. Cobb said his Glock 43 9 mm handgun was stolen as well as his Costa:sunglasses. The stolen items were valued at about $700. Later that moming, Kyndal Lane resident Sherie Owens said her husband left for work at about 9 a.m. and discovered her 2013 Ford Edge had been tam- pered with. Owens said a black HPlaptop computer belonging to Middle Georgia State had been stolen from her vehicle. Owens said her husband's vehide, as well as vehicles bdonging to her son and daughter, had also been entered but nothing but small amounts of change had been stolen. A neighbor, Kelli Finch, told Justice her vehicle also had been broken into but only a small amount of change was stolen. Another neighbor, Steven Wyatt Guer- ry; told Justice his pickup truck also had been entered but only change was stolen. The next place struck was the Monroe County Recre- ation Department two days later on May 19. Dep. Christian Sawley went Southern fried chicken breast with side up egg and country gravy to the Recreation Depart- ment where Lauren Rober- son of Gray said the passen- ger window ofher gray 2013 N'tssan Al na.was busted " open. Roberson Said her purse, which included her social security card, her debit card and her license, was missing. Jennifer Chriswell of Loganville said the rear driver's side window of her white 2013 Infiniti G37 was busted open while parked at the rec department as welL Chriswell said her purse, a white leather Michael Kors, was missing as well as several keys, her work badge and her daughter's medication. Staci Rice of Gray said the front passenger side window of her gray 2012 Nissan Titan was busted open. Rice said her brown wallet, which included numerous credit cards and her driver's license, was miss- ing as well as three different medications. A third Gray woman, Kayla Nicole Kelly; said her brown Michael Kors wallet, which contained her driver's license and several debit and credit cards, was missing from her white 2012 Nissan Altima. Kelly said her vehide was unlocked. Then the Deer Creek neighborhood in South Monroe was hit by thieves two days later on May 21. Justice went to a Deer Creek Drive home where Kristie Heard said someone had rummaged through the center console and glove compartment of her 2011 Cadillac Escalade. Heard said only small amounts of change and lottery tickets were missing. Heard's hus- band said he then discovered that change had been stolen from his 2017 Dodge Ram utility van. Heard's husband said he viewed his surveil- lance video and saw a suspect wearing dark clothing and a ski mask and carrying a small black bag open up all three vehicles. Then Manor Court resident Mikell Peed told Sgt. Kevin W'flliams that someone had mmn ed through vehide and stolen a .22.cali- ber Smith and Wesson pistol, valued at about $300. Peed said he bought the gun from, Howard's Pawn of Macon. Deer Creek Drive resident Charles Cannon told Justice the interior of his pickup truck had been tampered with, and his Robins Federal checkbook had been stolen. Cannon said the suspect also entered his garage, opening his tool box drawers. Another neighbor, Amy Stapleton, told Justice her vehicle also resident Seth Miller told Williams his Costa Dd Mar sunglasses, valued at about $300, were stolen out of his mack. A third Manor Court resident, William Turner, told Justice that someone had also rummaged through the center console and glove compartment of his vehicle and stolen his black Costa had been entered but nothing Terrapin sunglasses, valued at was stolen, and Manor Court about $200. 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