Computers, TVs, video game player stolen from Augusta home


An Augusta home was broken into Saturday night through the bedroom window.

Anthony David Morrical, of the 700 block of Bransford Road, told deputies that his house had been burglarized around 9 p.m. Saturday. According to a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office report, Morrical said he and his roommate came home to find that someone had stolen two laptops, two 42-inch televisions and a Sony PlayStation 3.

The third roommate stated he had left his bedroom window cracked a few inches and engaged the secondary lock that only allows the window to open slightly. The deputy saw that the lock was broken and the screen had been removed and was on the roof.


Thu, 12/08/2016 - 18:10

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