McDowell County sheriff’s deputies need the public’s help locating stolen vehicles and other property in multiple unrelated theft cases.
--A red 2001 Suzuki Intruder motorcycle, hand and power tools and stereo equipment, worth a total of $5,480, taken from the home of Jerry Robinette, of Ramsey Drive in Nebo, sometime between July 8 and 9.
--A white 2017 Kawasaki Ninja motorcycle with N.C. tag 6Y6246 and helmet, with a total value of $4,300, stolen from the Lessie Morris Road, Marion, residence of Robert Kempher on July 27.
--A green John Deere X310 riding lawnmower (similar to the one pictured here), worth $4,000, removed from the Fortune Road property of Gary Simmons sometime between July 16 and 21.
--$3,634 worth of jewelry (including the watch pictured here), power tools, a video game system and games, owned by Amy Nolan of Old Fort and taken around Aug. 12 from Economy Mini Storage, on U.S. 70 West in Marion.
--A gray 1995 Chevrolet S-10 extended-cab pickup truck, worth $2,000 and owned by Phillip Jones, of Marion, removed from Stacy Hill Road between Oct. 9 and 10, 2018.
--A $299 Husqvarna 40cc backpack leaf blower stolen from West Marion Elementary School sometime between Aug. 30 and Sept. 2.
Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of any of the stolen property is asked to call Detective Burlin Ballew at 652-2237 or text TIP MCDOWELLSO and your information to 888777.