Michael J. Britsch, 48, Sylvania, told Archbold police on Monday, Sept. 10, his office, the Archbold Dental Clinic, had been burglarized.
The police report states the theft occurred sometime after noon, Friday, Sept. 7, and 6:26 am, Monday, Sept. 10.
The thief forced his way into the office, ransacked the facility, and made off with a laptop computer valued at $400, plus $53 in cash.
The report states the offi ce was processed for fingerprints. Officers also checked other area businesses and interviewed residents in the neighborhood, but there were no suspects.
Police officers are continuing the investigation.
In other theft cases reported to police, John Baumgartner, rural Archbold, reported on Sunday, Aug. 19, someone took 10 bags of concrete mix and a bag of mortar mix from the north side parking area of the Holland Court apartments. The theft occurred sometime between 9 pm and midnight on Aug. 19.
Baumgartner owns the apartment complex. Total loss: $63.
Ronald J. Rice, 45, 813 West Street, told police on Thursday, Sept. 13, that an 18-speed mountain bike was stolen sometime after 3:45 pm the preceding day. The bicycle was parked in front of his garage, and was stolen from there. The red bicycle is valued at $200.
Christian Salgado, 22, 121 Garden Dr., told police on Thursday, Sept. 13, that 30 compact discs, valued at $305, were stolen from his car, along with about $5 in change.
Salgado told officers he parked the car in front of his residence about 1 am. When he returned to the vehicle at 9:30 am, the CDs and money were missing. The car was not locked.