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More than $4,000 in items stolen from Augusta home

Saturday, July 20, 2013 9:54 PM
Last updated 11:57 PM
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Police say burglars stole more than $4,000 worth of items from an Augusta mobile home.

Nancy Newsome, of Blooming­dale, Ga., said two people forced their way into her mobile home between July 8 and July 18, an Richmond County sheriff’s report said. Deputies found the front door pried open and the home ransacked.

A neighbor said she saw a white Chrysler minivan parked outside of the home on several occasions when no one was there, the report said.

Among the items stolen were a $3,000 jewelry box and more than $1,000 in DVDs.

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seenitB4
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seenitB4 07/21/13 - 07:26 am
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Another example

A good neighbor comes in handy...esp a nosy one.

soapy_725
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soapy_725 07/21/13 - 09:35 am
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Neighborhood Watch. No confrontation. Good?
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Neighborhood Watch. No confrontation. Good?

ragingbull
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ragingbull 07/21/13 - 10:47 am
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I am surprised that the

I am surprised that the comments have not started about the $3 grand in jewelry. Although that is not a lot, it was probably worth as much as the mobile home.

seenitB4
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seenitB4 07/21/13 - 10:58 am
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2 rings

Just a couple of rings can be worth that much...diamonds yaknow.

nocnoc
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nocnoc 07/21/13 - 11:26 am
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Still need another update.

Every story to be complete must have
WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, HOW, HOW MUCH/MANY or How Bad

Where: missing is the general address

Question: how does she know it was 2 people that broke in?

rmwhitley
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rmwhitley 07/21/13 - 12:08 pm
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Another reason
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for the NRA to make sure citizens maintain the right to bear arms. The only good thief is a dead thief.

Sweet son
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Sweet son 07/21/13 - 01:35 pm
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Her neighbors should have been "profiling" like

SeenitB4 does in her neighborhood.

dichotomy
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dichotomy 07/21/13 - 01:37 pm
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Okay....where was this mobile

Okay....where was this mobile home????? Did she tow it up here from Bloomingdale and park it on a corner somewhere in an unidentifiable part of the county?

How does she know it was two people. The neighbor apparently just saw a minivan parked outside. It doesn't say she saw any people.

Does the owner KNOW the people who drive the white minivan. Is that why she said "two" people?

So....SOMEWHERE...in Richmond County.....within a 10 DAY period.......a mobile home was broken into and ransacked......POSSIBLY by an UNKNOWN number of people with a white minivan.

I don't think I would have bothered publishing this without AT LEAST the basic facts. You could have at least have gotten the WHERE. It MUST have been in the police report.

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studmuffin1533 07/21/13 - 06:25 pm
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Facts

Including the where and other details that might help us protect OUR property would have actually required some effort by Mr./Ms. Staff Writer.

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happychimer 07/21/13 - 06:51 pm
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$3000 for a mobile home? You

$3000 for a mobile home? You are kidding, right?

Little Lamb
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Little Lamb 07/21/13 - 10:42 pm
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DVDs

Who would steal a hundred DVDs from a stranger?

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