Theft reported in Dierks

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    Terrica Hendrix
    Editor

    DIERKS – The police department is investigating the theft of lawn equipment and other items from a Dierks residence.
    According to the incident report prepared by Officer John McKee, on Jan. 14, Pat Bolland reported to Dierks Police Chief Brian White that she had several items taken from her property. “The items taken were from a storage building at the rear of Bolland’s residence, an old abandoned chicken house and a storage building between the chicken houses on her property. Bolland stated that she had been gone recently.”
    Some of the items taken include:
    three Husqvarna chainsaws;
    one Husqvarna pole chainsaw;
    one Husqvarna leaf blower;
    one Husqvarna weed eater;
    one Rug Doctor steam cleaner with attachments;
    gas heater;
    a butane infared heater,
    a large chicken house breaker box.
    Howard County Sheriff’s Department Investigator Jade Hughes assisted with processing the crime scene.
    No arrests have been made. If you have any information on this theft, contact the Dierks Police Department at 870-286-2241.

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