Archbold police recently investigated two reports of suspicious activities.
Police were called to Sanoh America about 2:02 am, Friday, Aug. 20, when a supervisor advised of an RV that was parking on company property late at night for about the last week.
The supervisor said the RV could not park on company property.
The officer went to the vehicle and spoke with a subject who said their son works nights at the factory. They drop him off at work, then take him home, because he doesn’t have a driver license.
The officer went back to the supervisor with that news, who decided the RV could stay on company property. The occupant of the RV was advised. Case closed.
In a second case, a caller told officers on Thursday, Aug. 12, of a suspicious vehicle that parked in the 500 block of Brussel St. The driver then left the auto, riding away on an electric scooter.
Police located the suspect vehicle, which had valid South Carolina license plates. An attempt to locate the driver was unsuccessful.
The caller was advised to call police if they see anything.