February 25, 2012 9:15:00 PM
Columbus police are searching for suspects involved in a home burglary Friday off Highway 69.
The Columbus Police Department responded to 367 Ponderosa Drive at 1:37 p.m, where the homeowners reported a bevy of electronics and jewelry stolen from their residence.
Chief Selvain McQueen said the owner left home at 6 a.m., and when she returned, her back door had been kicked open.
McQueen said the following items were reported missing: a 50-inch LCD TV valued at $1,300; a jar of coins; two Fossil watches ($ 240); a gold necklace ($698); a cross ($150); and a Compaq laptop computer.
McQueen said neighbors didn't see anyone lifting the goods from the residence, and he wasn't aware of any recent burglaries in the neighborhood.
Anyone with information about this crime is encouraged to call the Columbus Police Department at 662-244-3500.
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