The following accounts were taken from reports filed with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office:
Money missing from credit union
The manager of a Martinez credit union on Tuesday reported to the Columbia County Sheriff's Office that $2,000 was missing from a credit union vault.
On the morning of Sept. 9, managers told police the Augusta Metro Federal Credit Union on Davis Road received a shipment of $2,000 from Wells Fargo, according to the police report.
Managers told police that the bills were checked in, and the amount was verified by two credit union employees.
The employees restrapped the bills before one employee with keys placed the currency in the manager's vault, according to the report.
At close of business on Sept. 9, managers discovered a $2,000 shortage of $100 bills from the vault, the report stated.
Truck stolen from used-car lot
Police responded to a Martinez used car dealership after managers reported a truck stolen off the lot.
The manager of Milton Ruben Pre-Owned Center on Washington Road told police a red, white and blue 1997 Chevrolet Silverado stepside pickup truck was stolen sometime between 8 a.m. Sept. 28 and 8 a.m. Monday.
The truck is valued at $9,000.
The manager told police that both sets of keys belonging to the vehicle were still locked up in the office. Managers also said the vehicle was secured.
Deputies said there did not appear to be any signs of forced entry to the vehicle at the scene.
Cash missing from restaurant
The manager of a Martinez fast-food restaurant reported to police that the business's night deposit was missing from the safe.
On Monday morning, the manager of the Krystal on Bobby Jones Expressway told police that she discovered $1,307 missing after coming in early to complete paperwork from the weekend.
When she could not account for errors in the paperwork, the manager said she opened the safe and discovered the money missing.
A Krystal employee who closed Sunday night gave a statement to police stating she locked the night deposit in the safe before she finished her shift.
Dog taken from man's yard
An Evans man returned home Tuesday night and discovered one of his dogs missing from a fenced area behind his house.
The man, who lives at the 200 block of Edwards Drive told police the dog was taken between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday.
The man said the missing dog was a 6-year-old Yorkshire terrier named Tyler Chewie.
A neighbor told police she saw a woman park a silver Chevrolet Trailblazer on the street in front of the man's residence, and later saw the dog inside the woman's vehicle.
The Trailblazer had a handicapped-driver license plate, the neighbor told police.
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