Vehicle ‘burned up,’ another broken into

On Sunday, Sgt. Andy Ramsey with the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office was called to an address in the 1700 block of Cemetery Rd. in the Chase City area, in reference to a vandalism and theft from a vehicle.
Ramsey spoke with the victim who advised that a sport utility vehicle parked in the yard had been “burned up” and another vehicle parked in the yard had been broken into.
The second vehicle, a pick-up, which sustained a busted window on the passenger side, had also been burglarized, as the glove compartment had been rummaged through and several items stolen, including some checks and a tax refund card.
In a separate matter, on Friday, Mecklenburg County Deputy Tyler Duncan responded to residence in the 100 block of Newby Rd. in the Chase City area, in reference to a break-in.
After speaking with the victim, Duncan learned that someone had broken into the residence and stolen laminate flooring that the resident had purchased and was planning to install.
Also on Friday, Duncan was called to the 1000 block of Roark St. in Chase City in reference to a report of a residential break-in.
Duncan met with the victim who advised that someone had broken into the home and stolen a Craftsman router, Dewalt roofing nailer, and a Makita planner.
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.