Christine Gelios, 75, Archbold, told police jewelry valued at more than $4,000 was stolen from her car.
Gelios told police on Thursday, June 7, that a gold and silver bracelet with rose-cut diamonds valued at $750 and an eight-carat gold ring with morganite and diamond stones valued at $3,500 were taken from her auto sometime during the month of April.
She told officers she had taken the bracelet and ring to be appraised, then left them in a small bag in the back seat of her car.
A few weeks later, she went to get them, and they weren’t in the auto.
In the police report the officer states, “Due to the time lapse between when the items were last seen and the time in which this incident was report, I’m unable to substantiate whether the items were lost, or possibly stolen.”
There were other theft reports filed with Archbold police.
Allie Reucher, 25, Archbold, told police she was conducting a garage sale at the home of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Brent P. Gingerich, 109 Pheasant Lane, Thursday, June 7.
Reucher said during one transaction, a customer was accidentally given too much change.
The customer returned and gave Reucher an amount of money, but a later check revealed the cash box was still $50 short.
Irma Reyes, 37, Archbold, told police Sunday, June 3, that a digital music player belonging to her daughter Angelica came up missing from school about three weeks ago.
The music player, which had a built-in camera, was valued at $200.
Police are investigating.