Police: More Than $23,000 In Items Stolen From Delar Parkway Home

More than $23,000 in items were stolen from a Delar Parkway homeowner, police said.

Police said the victim, who was not identified, reported on July 27 that the items were stolen from their home sometime between July 23 and July 26.

Among the items stolen was a Spectro photo meter valued at $10,000, copper piping valued at $5,000, a gold Longine’s wrist watch valued at $5,000, furs valued at $1,000, a gold wedding ring valued at $500, a vacuum valued at $200 and a camera, valued at $200.

The stolen items were valued at $23,300.

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