Levelland Police met with an individual at the Law Enforcement Center on Monday afternoon concerning the theft of money at their residence.
The reporting person stated that an unknown amount of money was taken from their residence in the 400 Block of 3rd Street in Levelland. The money was taken from a bedroom in the residence in the last two weeks, however, the exact date was not known. There was not any sign of forced entry to the residence. The victim was advised to follow up with the Criminal Investigation Division of the police department.
The department is also investigating graffiti painted on a fence in the 1600 Block of Wilson in Levelland. Officers noted the damaged fence was adjacent to the alley on the east side of the residence. The graffitti was painted with red paint on the metal panel of the fence. The investigation into this case continues, no suspect was listed in the case.
Police are also investigating criminal mischief which occurred in the 1600 Block of Wilson as well. Officers were called to the residence Tuesday morning in reference to two tires being slashed on a car. The victim stated that two tires on her 2003 Nissan Altima had been slashed Monday evening. She provided a suspects name to the police, noting that he was at her residence on Monday and was mad and “probably caused the damage.” The victim also stated that the suspect came back to the residence yesterday and threatened the victim, the suspect was gone when police arrived. The case will be turned over to Detectives for further investigation. The victim was advised that if the suspects came back they could be criminally trespassed from the property.