A Burglary in Second Degree incident occurred to a residence located on Shortgrass Road in Edmond’s Coffee Creek addition on Thursday, Oct. 27, said Jenny Wagnon, Edmond Police spokeswoman. The suspect is unknown.
Officer Dillon Roberts was dispatched to the residence at 6:34 p.m. Thursday. Roberts’ report states the robbery occurred sometime after 9 a.m. and shortly before police were notified. Roberts met with the husband and wife victims and was informed by the husband that when he and his wife were at work, the front door was kicked in and several items were stolen.
“On the front door I observed a large shoe marking where the suspect had kicked in the door,” Roberts noted. “There did not appear to be any fingerprints on the door or other furniture.”
The estimated value of all items stolen is $5,449, according to police. Most of the items were taken from the master bedroom and the computer room, Roberts noted. Several valuable items were overlooked by the robber, such as guns, golf clubs and a $100 bill on a counter.
Those items stolen included an iMac, two iPads, television, Nikon camera with two lenses, and assorted costume jewelry.
“The victim advised that the camera had several pictures of them from their trip,” Roberts stated.
A CD with pictures of shoe print on the front door were booked into Edmond Police Property.