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$4,500 in electronic equipment stolen from Augusta home

Monday, Dec. 5, 2011 10:40 PM
Last updated 10:51 PM
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A burglar got away with more than $4,500 in electronics on Monday, police said.

According to a Richmond County sheriff’s report, Tina Roger, 45, of the 3400 block of Covington Drive, someone broke into her house through the back door between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.

The thief took a 42-inch TV, a 32-inch TV, an Xbox 360, a laptop, a cellphone and xBox games. Roger valued the items at $4,525.

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Augusta resident 12/06/11 - 03:38 am
Maybe $1500. Not even close

Maybe $1500. Not even close to $4525

Iwannakno 12/06/11 - 07:06 am
if she had 30 games thats

if she had 30 games thats $1500 right there. Not implausible either. I have around 50 all together. Throw in what kind of tv's she has they can go upwards to $1500 to over $2000 each. $300 for a cell phone and I have a gateway that was $900...could very easily be a very accurate number. Or she could have just guessed quickly. I had to do that for the police report when we were broken into. I was told to inflate it because I would find more things missing. The deputy was correct. Some things we didn't even realize until a few months later.

Patty-P 12/06/11 - 07:48 am
$2500 at most.

$2500 at most.

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