By KENNETH HART
ASHLAND The following information was taken from Ashland Police Department reports:
‰Two male suspects were found to be in possession of materials valued at $375 that were stolen in a burglary Thursday at Ashland Fabricating on 34th Street.
The two were seen leaving the business with the items in the back of a truck, the APD said.
Police have opened a case, but the two had not been formally charged as of Friday.
‰A man on Thursday reported that various hand and power tools valued at $100 had been stolen from a house he was repairing in the 400 block of 21st Street.
‰A woman on Thursday reported someone entered her home in the 3800 block of Crittenden Drive and stole an Apple iPad valued at $399.
‰A woman living in the 1800 block of Eloise Street on Wednesday reported someone broke the glass out of the back door of her house in an attempt gain entry, causing an estimated $600 damage.
‰A woman living in the 1600 block of Hilton Avenue on Thursday reported the theft of a Nintendo Wii gaming system and games and $50 cash.
‰A man on Thursday reported his Apple iPhone was stolen from Quality Exhaust, 201 13th St.
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By KENNETH HART
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