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July 1, 2014

Police briefs, Tuesday, July 1

DUNCAN — Purse stolen in Wal-Mart parking lot

A woman reported her purse stolen from Wal-Mart while she put groceries in her car Thursday.

The purse contained identification, $20 and other items, according to an incident report.

The reporting party was given a statement form to return to police, according to the report.

 

Man assaulted at Duncan pool

A man allegedly hit another man at the Duncan pool Saturday, causing him to fall and hit his head on a brick wall.

A friend of the victim was also hit, but hit the assaulter as well, according to an incident report.

Police left a statement form to  be returned.

 

Thief breaks into apartment, steals table top

Duncan Police reported someone entered a local apartment and stole a brass table top Thursday.

The reporting party found an upstairs door to the apartment ajar and the table top missing, according to an incident report.

The victim left a statement with police, according to the report.

 

Purse and contents stolen on Main Street

Duncan Police reported a woman’s Coach purse, credit cards and keys to Minson’s Veterinary Hospital stolen from her unlocked car Thursday.

The car was in the 1400 block of W. Main Street at the time, according to an incident report.

The reporting party said one of her credit cards was used at Hibbett Sports in Duncan, according to the report.

The total value of the items is about $510, according to the report.

 

Thief steals from Marlow man’s lawn

A Marlow man reported a pushmower, a trimmer, a five-gallon gas can and a one-gallon can stolen from his yard Friday.

The reporting party told police the items were taken from his front yard while he was in the backyard, according to an incident report.

Police left the man with a statement form.

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