B&E’s keep cops busy

Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s deputies have recently responded to several area burglaries recently.
On Sunday, Jan. 21, Deputy Bruce King responded to a residence n the 6000 block of Goodes Ferry Road and spoke with a victim who advised that they had returned from work to discover that their home had been broken into.
Investigation found that there was forced entry to the front door. Items stolen from the property include a 39-inch Sanyo TV, a gray tool box with tools, a Black and Decker electric drill, a silver and gold watch and alcohol.
In a separate matter that took place on Jan 12, Deputy Josh Watts was called to a residence in the 11000 block of Hwy 92 in the Chase City area in reference to breaking and entering.
After speaking with the victim, Watts learned that the victim had left the home for a period of time and returned to find the home in disarray, however nothing appeared to be missing.
Finally, Deputy Tyler Duncan responded to the 11000 block of Hwy 92 in the Chase City area in reference to breaking and entering on Jan. 11 after a resident reported a breaking and entering incident.
Duncan met with the victim who advised that after returning home, it was discovered that someone had broken into the home and stolen a laptop computer and a bottle of liquor.
Investigation found forced entry to the back door of the residence.
Anyone with information regarding these incidents is asked to call Mecklenburg County Crime Solvers at 1-877-676-8477 , or you can download the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office/South Hill P.D. app and submit a tip. All calls and tips are anonymous and information can lead to a reward.