A gold 2005 Chevrolet Impala was stolen from Champion Buick GMC in Brighton sometime between Jan. 23 and Jan. 31, according to a police report.
The dealership manager told police that they were missing a car from their used car lot inventory, but could not report it until doing a complete inventory check, the report said.
According to the report, two men were shown the car, which then turned up missing a few days later. When the manager looked for the keys, he discovered that they did not match and that someone had switched the keys.
The car was valued at $7,100.
Jewelry stolen from home; electronics, money passed by
Several pieces of jewelry were stolen from the 4000 block of Hawthorne in Marion Township on Feb. 13, according to a police report.
The homeowner said that she noticed the back door of her home was forced in upon arriving home, but didn't notice anything missing right away, the report said.
After looking further, the woman told police that she found her jewelry box had been empty, according to the report.
The suspect left behind several laptops and a $100 bill on the kitchen shelf, the report said.
$10,000 worth of jewelry stolen from home
Several items were stolen from a home on the 1000 block of Sierra Ct. in Marion Township on Feb. 12, according to a police report.
Items stolen include a Marlin 30/30 Lever Action Rifle with a scope, a large wooden jewelry box with jewelry inside, Nikon binoculars, a Cutco fillet knife set and a Sony Digital Camcorder.
The homeowner told police that his wife returned home on Feb. 12 to find the door leading from the garage to the house open, but they didn't think anything of it because the door doesn't secure and it had been blowing open from the wind, according to the report.
The homeowner said that everything that was taken was sitting out in the open.
The Nikon binoculars were valued at $300, the Sony camcorder was valued at $1,200, the rifle was valued at $750, the Cutco knife set was valued at $150 and the jewelry box with jewelry was valued at $10,000.