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Lufkin Police Report - 06/26/07

BURGLARY OF A BUILDING:  1100 block of East Denman.  A business was broken into sometime Monday night.  Nothing was noted missing at the time of the report but items inside had been rummaged through. 

THEFT:  800 block of North Timberland Dr.  A man ran out of a convenience store without paying for a 12 pack of beer Monday night.

THEFT: 300 block of  South Chestnut:  A man reported that his orange Mongoose brand bicycle was stolen from outside a grocery store while he was shopping Monday evening.

CRIMINAL MISCHIEF:  1700 block of West Frank.  The windshield and a window on a pickup were broken out while the owner was at work Monday.  No suspects. 

THEFT:  2400 block of East Denman.  A cell phone was reported missing after the owner accidentally left in the restroom of a convenience store Sunday.   

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF A VEHICLE:  100 block of John Redditt.  A man reported his vehicle stolen from his workplace Monday.  The vehicle was recovered Monday evening by Angelina County deputies with bullet holes in it and charred newspaper inside as if someone had tried to burn it.   

FORGERY/COUNTERFEITING: 200 block of South First St.  A man reported that a known suspect forged and cashed one of his checks without permission.

THEFT:  1600 block of Atkinson Dr.  A store clerk advised that an undetermined amount of hair care products were stolen by a female shoplifter Monday morning by concealing them in a purse and leaving without paying. 

FORGERY/COUNTERFEITING:  200 block of South First St.  A man reported that a known suspect made numerous unauthorized withdrawals from his bank account. 

CREDIT CARD ABUSE:  1200 block of West Frank St.  A woman reported that credit cards were stolen from her purse sometime last week and several unauthorized charges were made at different stores in Lufkin.

UNAUTHORIZED USE OF VEHICLE:  1500 block of Atkinson Dr.  A red 1995 Camaro was reported stolen Monday.  The owner left the keys in the car and it was taken from her driveway sometime Monday morning.

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