A signed OU football, a wedding ring and a pistol were stolen from an Edmond home, police said.
Monday afternoon Edmond Police Officer Nathan Fountain was dispatched to a home on Manner Park in reference to a residential burglary, according to a report filed by Fountain.
Fountain spoke with the reporting person who said she had just arrived home and noticed that a bag of dog food was busted open on the kitchen floor, police said. She then noticed that someone had rummaged through her entire home.
Fountain noticed a broken window in the master bedroom; the bottom of it was raised, police said. The victim said she left town on June 22 and called the Edmond Police Department as soon as she was back home.
Police said more than $4,000 in cash was taken along with other items including a .22-caliber automatic pistol, a $1,500 gold engagement ring and wedding band with diamonds, a signed OU football in a case, $25 worth of Crown Royal and a $50 Walmart gift card. A damaged 60-inch TV was valued at $2,500. Total value of property involved in the incident was $8,660.
There was no suspect information at the time the report was filed, police said. Neighbors said they did not see anything suspicious.
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