A utility trailer and two music players were stolen, Archbold police officers were told recently.
A representative of the Farmers & Merchants State Bank reported the trailer, valued at $1,200, was last seen at 4:30 pm, Wednesday, May 30, near the bank building at 307 N. Defiance Street.
It was missing at 9:30 the following day.
The trailer is black with one axle, a wood deck, and wire mesh tailgate.
Officers are investigating.
Andrea King, 37, Archbold, told police on Thursday, May 24, a digital music player owned by her daughter, Brianna Mosgrove, 15, was stolen from her book bag at Archbold High School.
The theft occurred sometime between noon and 12:30 that day. The music player is valued at $200.
Tim Meister, principal of the high school, told police on Wednesday, May 30 another music player, owned by Blake Baden, 15, rural Napoleon, was stolen from the high school on Monday or Tuesday, May 21-22. It was valued at $400.