Police continue to investigate a series of burglaries that occurred at residences located on and near the Simmons Street area over the weekend.

According to reports, one burglary took place while residents were in the home asleep. Carson McLamb and his mother Roberta Youmans told officers they were asleep at their Simmons Street residence when an unknown suspect(s) entered their home in the early morning hours of Oct. 29 and stole a cell phone and flat screen TV, along with some cash, and damaged an exterior door. The suspect(s) were believed to have entered through the rear door.

Simmons Street residence Marc Beasley reported that nothing was stolen from his property but informed officers that some time between 10:30 p.m. on Oct. 28 and 10 a.m. Oct. 29 someone entered his pull clamper while it was still attached to his truck. He reported that someone had moved his retracting wall that holds the entertainment center and TV.

Mattie Drive resident Kenya Anderson told officers that she returned to her home in the afternoon on Oct. 29 to discover that something had been thrown through a window. She reported that a computer, shoes and clothing had been taken.

Another Simmons Street resident, Sharen Barlow, arrived home late in the afternoon of Oct. 29 to find that someone had entered her home and taken financial documents and cash.

Kim Woods of a West Lillian Street address arrived home early in the morning on Oct. 29 to find a TV missing from the home.

Anyone having any information related to these incidents is asked to call Investigator Tim Platt at Metter Police Department, 685-5437.

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