According to a Tifton Police Department report, the pressure washer went missing between 3 and 7 p.m. Thursday. Officials with the hotel said that workers had been on the premises and one of them may have stolen the tool, which was worth $349. They said it was the second time that a pressure washer had been stolen from there recently. They were not sure if the door was locked at the time of the theft.
The stolen item was a Troy Built six-horsepower red pressure washer.
In a separate incident, a Tifton woman reported to Tift County Sheriff's deputies that between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Friday someone stole $1,050 worth of firearms and $135 worth of electronics from her home on Carpenter Road.
In another incident, a green go-cart was stolen at about 10:17 a.m. Friday from a home on East 18th Street. A witness said she saw the go-cart being stolen and tried to chase the pair of thieves, who were described as short black males, possibly juveniles. The two would-be thieves gave up on the vehicle and fled on foot on East 18th Street. The go-cart, valued at $600, was returned to the owner.
A Tifton woman told Tift County Sheriff's deputies that between 2:50 and 4:52 p.m. Friday someone broke into her home on Pecan Street.
She said the burglar stole a gold bracelet, three rings and a gold necklace from the home. Together the jewelry was worth $475. A collection of change worth $150 was also taken.
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