Plymouth Police report for May 18-31

These were among the 78 incident and arrests May 18-31 from the Plymouth Police Department:
May 19
– Unknown suspect cut a lock to a storage area and stole a lawn tractor, lawn trailer and compressor valued at $2,998 on the 1700 block of Annapolis Lane.
– Suspect stole $248.89 worth of merchandise and was arrested for theft on the 4100 block of Vinewood Lane.
– Officer located a replica firearm on a juvenile male. Officers took possession of the firearm and the juvenile was arrested for possession of a replica firearm on school grounds on the 10600 block of 36th Avenue.
May 20
– Sports equipment and miscellaneous items valued at $1,396 were stolen from the victim’s vehicle while parked in the underground garage on the 200 block of Nathan Lane.
May 22
– Unknown suspect cut the copper line on an air conditioner along the 4600 block of Yorktown Lane.
May 23
– The suspect left the store with a cart full of unpaid merchandise valued at $1,425.93 and was arrested for theft on the 4100 block of Vinewood Lane.
May 25
– Unknown suspect smashed the window on the victim’s vehicle on the 17100 block of Medina Road. There was no loss from vehicle however, items inside the vehicle had been moved around.
– Victim stated unknown suspect stole the license plate off his vehicle on the 300 block of Quaker Lane.
May 26
– A lock was cut on a storage shed on the 1100 block of Xenium Lane and a riding lawn mower, valued at $2,500, and a generator, valued at $200, were stolen from the shed.
– The complainant reported a trailer, valued at $1,000, was stolen from the parking lot on the 2000 block of East Center Circle.
May 27
– The victim reported a motorcycle, valued at $3,000, was stolen from a detached garage. There was no sign of forced entry to the garage on the 3300 block of Highway 169.
– A backpack and other items valued at $2,695 were stolen from the vehicle while parked on the street on the 15300 block of 47th Avenue. There was no sign of forced entry.
May 28
– The victims returned home and discovered a safe, valued at $500, was missing from the residence on the 3600 block of Lancaster Lane. There was no sign of forced entry.
– Unknown suspect stole a bag and other items from an unlocked vehicle that was parked in the driveway overnight on the 5500 block of Quinwood Lane.
May 29
– Unknown suspect stole tools and fishing poles valued at approximately $900 from victim’s garage on the 10600 block of Rockford Road.
May 30
– Officers located a stolen vehicle and arrested two adults and three juvenile males for possession of stolen property on the 3800 block of Niagara Lane.
May 31
– Officers responded to a business burglary with forced entry on the 6000 block of Trenton Lane North. Two laptops were stolen from the business.