The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's office.
Diamond ring taken from vehicle
A diamond ring valued at $10,000 was reported stolen from a vehicle parked along Davis Road.
Paige Gauacas, of Winfield Circle in Appling, said that her 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee was parked outside West Augusta Animal Hospital on April 3 when someone entered the vehicle and took the two-piece yellow wedding band.
Also reported taken was about $40 in cash, a CD case with 36 CDs valued at $510 and a purse with credit cards and personal checks.
Masters badges reported stolen
A Martinez man told sheriff's deputies that someone stole two Masters tournament badges April 6 while he was not at home.
John D. Herman Jr., of the 3500 block of Spyglass Court, Martinez, reported April 7 that he returned home the previous evening and found a rear door ajar. He said he had left the door unlocked and assumed the burglar entered the residence through that door. He said he did not discover the tickets, which had been in a bedroom closet, were missing until the next morning.
Cat missing after burglary
A pet grooming and boarding firm reported a cat was missing after a burglary entered the business after hours.
Wanda Berry Rollins, the owner of Animal Boutique in the 100 block of Old Evans Road, Evans, said April 9 that someone entered the business between 8 p.m. April 8 and 5:50 a.m. April 9 by breaking a window and then opening it.
The room contained several cats, some in cages and some not caged, she told deputies.
The burglar was unable to enter any other rooms because the doors were locked.
A black cat valued at $50 was the only thing missing.
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