On Tuesday, Sept. 24, the shop manager at a welding company said he recently has noticed several tools missing from the shop.
Since Friday, Sept. 20, the items have been noticed missing, and a recently hired employee was suspected. The manager called the employee about the missing items, and the man did not show up for work on Monday or Tuesday after the call was placed.
No one can say they saw the man take the tools or that he has them, but they have not lost tools prior to his employment with the company.
On Thursday, Sept. 26, at 12:50 p.m. an officer was dispatched to 6 Eagle Road for a larceny report.
Upon arrival, the officer met the calling resident who said that while at work at Walgreen’s the previous night she had lost her ring, or it was stolen. The woman believes that when she went to the bathroom at work sometime around 9 p.m., she took the ring off to use the restroom.
She believes she left the ring on the sink in the employee bathroom, but did not realize until she was home at about 10:45 p.m. The woman went back to the store but it was closed and everyone was gone for the night.
The caller searched her car and bedroom for the ring, but had no luck finding it. In the morning, she searched the restroom at the store but it was not there. She believes she left it behind and someone took it.
The ring is a 10-carat white gold heart-shaped ring with a diamond in the center and diamonds on the band. Police went to the store and spoke with the manager, but he did not believe security cameras would be of any assistance in locating the ring and did not seem interested in helping further the investigation.