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Crime Briefs: Car stolen near campus

A car was stolen while it was parked near East Avenue and Duncan Street between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning, according to police reports.


The 23-year-old owner of the car reported to police that he parked his car at 5:30 p.m. Saturday and when he returned at 9 a.m. the next day, it was missing. Police called the city impound lot and campus area tow companies, which reported that the car had not been towed.


The car’s owner said he was not late on payments and no one else has keys to the vehicle.


The car, a Volvo valued at $12,000, had a $2,900 sound system in it when it was stolen. There are no listed suspects in the theft.


Recycling bin ‘stoled’


An East Duncan Street resident reported that her recycling bin was stolen on Thursday.


The 58-year-old woman reported to police that she put the bin at the curb at 7 a.m. Thursday and when she returned at 6 p.m. it was gone. She called a representative for the recycling company, which said it had not collected the bin, so she deduced that “it must have been stoled,” according to the report.


The bin is valued at $30, and there are no reported suspects in the theft.


Compiled by Collin Binkley


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