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Flowerpots stolen, cars gone through

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Brandon Police Service (BRANDON POLICE SERVCE)

Police are investigating a series of minor thefts reported Thursday afternoon.

The first was reported from a home in the 300-block of 22nd Street, and had happened sometime overnight. Thieves triapsed onto the property and stole two hanging flower baskets as well as four flower pots from the back yard.

There weren't any witnesses, and police say they have no suspects.

The other thefts were separately reported also Thursday afternoon. Someone entered a parked vehicle on Wedgewood Place and stole CDs and tanning lotion from inside. Another vehicle, in the 2000-block of Brandon Avenue, was also entered, and someone stole sunglasses, a necklace and winter clothing from inside.

Police have no suspects in those thefts either, but say that they continue to investigate.

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