The period of Dec. 10-16 came with two burglaries in unincorporated Fayette County and an entering auto incident in Fayetteville.
Sheriff Barry Babb said one of the burglaries occurred on Dec. 11 at a residence on Lee’s Mill Road,
Babb said the homeowner returned home to find the rear door kicked in and the home ransacked. Items stolen in the burglary included a television and a safe.
A second burglary occurred on Dec. 12, at a residence on Ginger Cake Road.
Babb said homeowners found a side door open and pry marks on the door jam. Two televisions, a cell phone, portions of a coin collection and several firearms were stolen.
Fayetteville had one entering auto report during the period.
Fayetteville Police Department spokesman Chad Myers said the incident was reported on Dec. 12 at a Cobblestone Boulevard residence.
The vehicle owner said he discovered that a handgun placed in the center console had been stolen within the past month. Myers said there were no signs of forced entry.