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Daytime Burglaries Under Investigation
Posted on: 10/30/2012
By  Mike Cullums
Marietta Police are investigating several daytime burglaries, the most recent of which took place yesterday in the 200 block of Oakwood Street in Norwood.
The house was unoccupied from 7:30 AM until 6:30 PM. Upon returning home, the owners found the front and back doors unlocked and the back door standing ajar. Two play stations, a smart phone, a DVD player, and an iPod were stolen, along with their son’s collection of a hundred dollars in change from his bedroom. 
Other recent daytime burglaries under investigation include one that occurred on Friday in the 700 block of Washington Street, and another on Saturday in the 600 block of Fourth Street.
Anyone with information is asked to call the police department at (740) 373-4141.
In the continuing saga of shoplifters trying to walk out the doors at Walmart without paying for merchandise, police were called to the store on Pike Street early Monday morning on a report of a man and two women trying to steal a 55-inch TV set valued at $1100. Store security spotted them walking out with the TV in a cart and detained them until police arrvied. It was then determined that the trio also stole a 42-inch TV worth $470 dollars two days earlier. Christopher Adkins, 30, and Amanda Stillion, 28, both of Byesville, and Pamela Todd, 51, of Cambridge were taken to jail.
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