After a week when nine thefts were reported to the Archbold Police Department, more have been added to the list.
Chad E. Hobbs, 37, 502 S. Defiance St., told police on Friday, Sept. 21, between 1:30 and 10 am, Sunday, Sept. 16, someone broke into his garage and took a string trimmer, air compressor, and battery charger valued at $290.
Several other thefts were reported as occurring between Thursday, Sept. 13, and Monday, Sept. 17.
Two reports of digital music players stolen at the Archbold Middle School.
Sydney Baynes, 13, Archbold, told police on Tuesday, Sept. 25, that sometime between 1 and 4 pm the preceding day, someone took her digital music player, valued at about $176, from a book bag that was inside her locker.
Kim Vorasane, 13, Archbold, told officers that between 8 am and 3 pm, Monday, Sept. 24, her digital music player, valued at about $176, was stolen.
Police do have leads in the music player thefts. All three thefts are under investigation.
Douglas Cousino, 27, Toledo, was issued a summons in lieu of arrest in connection with the alleged theft of bicycle parts.
Cheyanne Junk, 12, East Gardens, told police on Tuesday, Sept. 25, her bicycle was taken sometime between 3 and 6 pm. She later reported seeing a subject walking her bicycle, minus the seat and front wheel, back to her residence.
The police report states they spoke to Cousino, who returned the parts.
A motorcycle reported missing from the home of Ervin Miller, 77, 550 Cardinal Dr., has been recovered.
The police report states workers from Krueger Construction discovered the machine in a pond in the 300 block of North St.
Miller reported the motorcycle missing Monday, Sept. 17. It was valued at $1,000.
Police also collected a bicycle found behind the Rupp Furniture building, 105 N. Defiance St., about 8 am, Thursday, Sept. 27.