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Nine Theft Reports Filed With Police



Nine theft reports covering everything from a motorcycle, three central airconditioning units to eight cases of beer and two packs of cigarettes were filed with Archbold police.

•SK Developments, Inc., Napoleon, reported on Thursday, Sept. 13, that three central air conditioner units from mobile homes the company owns in the Fox Chase Mobile Home Park were stolen. Two units were valued at $2,000; a third, at $3,000.

The theft occurred sometime between midnight and 12:13 pm on Sept. 13. Police are investigating. There is a lead in the case.

•A representative of Archbold Main Stop told police on Friday, Sept. 14, at about 5:15 pm, someone pumped $57.01 of gasoline in a red four-door car and drove off without paying.

•Lorraine C. McCoy, 45, 501 West St., told police on Friday, Sept. 14, that two packs of cigarettes, valued at $11.04, were stolen from her vehicle. The cigarettes were stolen while her car was parked in her driveway sometime between 11:20 am, Thursday and 24 hours later.

•Ervin Miller, 77, 550 Cardinal Dr., told police his motorcycle was stolen sometime between 8:30 pm, Sunday, Sept. 16 and 7:15 am, Monday, Sept. 17. Miller said the vehicle was parked in the driveway, but the keys were not in it.

He theorized whoever took the cycle put it in a truck or trailer and drove off. The cycle is valued at $1,000.

•Tori E. Williams, 19, 432 Clover Lane, told police on Monday, Sept. 17 someone had stolen a GPS unit from her car, along with about $10 in change. She told officers she parked in the street in front of her home about noon Sunday. The GPS unit is valued at $60.

•In connection with the Tori Williams report, Doug Williams, 61, same address, told officers sometime between noon Sunday, Sept. 9, and 10:30 am, Monday, Sept. 10, someone entered his garage and took eight cases of beer, valued at $185.52.

•Representatives of Friendship Food Mart reported Monday, Sept. 17, that at about 4:20 pm, a heavy-set man with a blue button-down shirt, tan shorts, white shoes, and brown, balding hair, pumped $494.65 of diesel fuel into a white semi tractor. He then jumped in the cab and drove off.

•Amanda Lynn Schroeder, er, 27, 224 Linda Court, reported her GPS unit, valued at $200, plus a cord for a cell phone worth $20, were stolen from her vehicle. They were last seen at 7 pm, Sunday, Sept. 16; she filed her police report 8 am, Monday, Sept. 17. She told officers nothing else was missing, but someone had gone through the glove box and center console.

•Rachel Wagner, 34, 408 South Street, told officers her GPS unit was taken from her unlocked sport-utility vehicle, which was parked in her driveway. She parked the vehicle at her home at 4:45 pm, Monday. Sept. 17. When she returned 1 1/2 hours later, the GPS valued at $100 was gone.

The total value of the items taken was $8,313.57. Bids must be submitted on the forms bound in the Specifications; must contain the names of every person or company interested therein; and shall be accompanied by either a Bid Guaranty and Contract Bond in the amount of 100% of the maximum bid amount with satisfactory corporate surety, or by a certified check or bank check on a solvent bank in the amount of not less than 10% of the maximum bid amount, subject to the conditions provided in the Instructions to Bidders. The successful Bidder will be required to furnish a satisfactory Performance Bond and Maintenance and Guarantee Bond in the amount of 100% Copies of the Drawings, Specifications and other Contract Documents may be examined at the Archbold Engineering Department, 405 E. Lutz Road, P.O. Box 328, Archbold, Ohio 43502, without charge. Copies may be obtained from said office upon the deposit of $50.00, check only (payable to the Village of Archbold), for each set of Drawings, Specifications, and Contract Documents. A bidder offering a bona fide proposal on this project will be refunded the full amount of the deposit received for one set of Drawings, Specifications, and Contract Documents returned within 30 days after opening of bids. Fifty



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