More Than A $1,000 Worth Of Items Stolen In Summerville


Someone broke into a Martin Street residence and stole more than a $1,000 worth of items, according to a Summerville Police report.

Doris Delayne Fowler, of Rome, said someone broke into 751 Martin Street, in Summerville, on June 3. A locked screen door was destroyed by the burglar gaining access to the home. A hasp on the door was then pried off.

The following items are listed as missing:

  • A $250 North American Arms .22 handgun
  • A $138 “Davey Crickett” .22 caliber rifle.
  • $450 worth of gold jeweley
  • A $100 worth of Rachael Ray cookware
  • A child’s drum set
  • A $50 Thomas The Train set
  • A $25 rechargeable pedicure file
  • A knife collection of unknown value
  • A DVD player

“[Fowler] advised that the offender had also damaged the hasp to a utility building on the property but was unable to gain entry to the building. [Fowler] advised that a perimeter fence was also damaged apparently when the offender had came onto the premise,” Officer Lt. Tim Fulmer stated.

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