POINT PLEASANT, W.Va. (WSAZ) – After a string of break-ins over the last two weeks, Level Nice Police are urging the general public to be further cautious particularly as we method the vacation season.
Level Nice Police Chief Joe Veith stated a number of companies and automobiles had been damaged into in any respect hours of the day and evening.
Josh Taylor is a supervisor at Mason County EMS and was the second sufferer on the middle to get his private car damaged into.
“It acquired me that, we’re out right here for a few days at a time risking our well being to maintain everyone else going and then you definately are available and steal from us,” Taylor stated. “I don’t get it.”
Taylor stated his 10-year-old daughter’s Christmas reward, alongside together with his wedding ceremony ring had been each stolen.
“I can substitute my wedding ceremony ring, nevertheless it’ll by no means be the one my spouse placed on me.”
Police stated Austin Coughenour, 24, of Level Nice, has been charged in reference to a number of of the break-ins.
Police ask should you see something suspicious to provide them a name.
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