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Liverpool Township Police Reports 2-14

February 14, 2013
The Review

An anonymous caller reported she had been contacted by a person claiming to be a representative of the Publishers Clearing House, telling her she had won $45.5 million and to call a phone number. The woman decided it was a scam and wanted a report on file to caution others in the area.

Roger D. Wright, Kountz Avenue, Wellsville, reported that, while going to get his morning paper, he noticed glass on the ground near his vehicle and saw that the window had been shattered. He asked for extra checks around his home.

Two four-wheelers were reported stolen by John K. Coleman, Stagecoach Road, who had the keys in his possession. One of the vehicles was recovered by St. Clair police in a ditch off Calcutta-Smith Ferry Road near the end of Coleman's property. It had had the ignition broken and ignition wires cut in an attempt to get it started, according to reports.

Rodney Perenovich, Myler Park Road, reported finding the side door of his garage ajar and his granddaughter, Emily Everly, reported several computer monitors and a couple computer towers were missing, as well as other household items.

 
 

 

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