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Salem Police, Odin Police and Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies Investigate Thefts and Burglaries

August 4, 2017

Both Salem Police and Marion County Sheriff’s Deputies have a number of thefts and burglaries under investigation.

Salem Police reported a commercial meat band saw and grinder stolen from a storage unit at Affordable Storage on Route 37 South. Tom Reed of Fielder Drive reported the theft Wednesday morning. He reported it had occurred over the past few weeks.

Salem Police received five complaints about motor vehicle burglaries. Steve Murphy of Briarwood Drive reported multiple vehicles entered and $300 in cash and an iPad stolen. The iPad was later found dumped along side a road.

Whitney Dial of the 400 block of South Lincoln reported a wallet and medication stolen from her vehicle. Leah Seaton of the 400 block of South Lincoln reported her vehicle entered and gone through sometime before 12:10 Wednesday afternoon. However, nothing appeared to be missing.

Two more reports of vehicle burglaries were received from the 1400 block of North Miller. Tristan Jordan reported his wallet stolen. Amber Fouts said she could not find anything missing.

Odin Police are investigating the theft of a Yamaha dirt bike from Seth Rowcliff on DeWolfe Street. He reported the bike had been chained to the house. A helmet that was with the bike was left on the porch.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a motor vehicle burglary at the Kevin Kell home on Levee Road in Salem. He reported someone entered his vehicle before nine Wednesday morning and stole money and two checkbooks.

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