This week on Cops Corner: Plant City Police investigated a missing $100 debit, a house fire, an old-fashioned heist and more.
Out of sight, out of mind
2600 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Theft: This victim used the self checkout and requested $100 cash back with her purchase. She then left the $100 cash back in the deposit slot at the register, where it was taken.
2300 block of Henderson Way
Theft: This victim reported that a white 52-foot Great Dane Model-CCC enclosed trailer was stolen. The trailer was valued at $15,000.
900 block of Valencia Road
Burglary: This victim stated that someone entered his bedroom via his window and removed $10,000 in cash from under his mattress and approximately $200 in change from a glass jar.
North Collins Street
Burglary: The owner of Snellgroves Restaurant reported to the police that $355 was removed from the safe.
Hidden in plain sight
1400 block of Spencer Court
Vehicle burglary: An unlocked vehicle at the above listed location was burglarized and a camouflage crate was taken. The crate contained various items.
Watch it burn
20 block of Violet Street
Arson: PCPD and PCFR responded to a fully involved house fire at the above listed location. The house was vacant and unoccupied. Fire Marshal responded and suspected the fire was intentionally set.
1700 block of Charleston Woods Court
Fraud: This victim reported an unknown person opened two fraudulent bank accounts and then deposited what was believed to be over $7,000 of fraudulent checks into both accounts from out of state.
Airing it out
600 block of North Dort Street
Criminal mischief: Officers made contact with victim in reference to a report of criminal mischief. The victim advised an unknown subject damaged her 2009 Chrysler 300 by smashing the windshield, driver side doors and window.
1800 block of James L. Redman Parkway
Grand theft: An employee from Computers and More reported that someone took two bags of money from the counter of the store.
1500 block ofJames L. Redman Parkway
Theft: Officers responded to the above listed location to a reported theft of a tip jar.
North Park Road/East Baker Street
Agg. assault: Officers made contact with a victim who stated the driver of another vehicle pointed a gun at her while she was driving.
Restoring the reflection
1400 block of Strawberry Place
Criminal mischief: Contact was made with the owner of a vehicle at the above listed location. He told them an unknown subject broke the driver side rear window of his Jeep Grand Cherokee sometime between 10 p.m. the prior evening and the morning of the report.
100 block of Lake Boulevard
Criminal mischief: A subject took a baseball bat and decided to break the front windshield and the passenger door window of the victim’s vehicle.