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Missing ring has high value

A woman golfing at the Colorado Golf Club in Parker on July 9 forgot to remove her wedding ring before heading out onto the course. Once she and her family began their round she noticed she was still wearing it and clipped it to her golf bag with a carabineer clip.

After the family returned to the clubhouse, they had a valet bring the car around and load up the clubs in the trunk. The following day she remembered she had put her ring, valued at $30,000, on the bag, and when she went to retrieve it she noticed it was not there and the carabineer was fastened in a different way. The case is closed pending any further investigation that warrants its opening.

Bicycle stolen in Highlands Ranch

A white Diamondback Overdrive Pro, valued at $1,500, was stolen July 15 after being locked up to a pole in front of an apartment building on the 1700 block of Shea Center Drive in Highlands Ranch.

Locker room robbery in Ranch

A male victim was robbed at the 24 Hour Fitness on the 300 block of Dad Clark Drive in Highlands Ranch after leaving his belongings unlocked in the locker room.

The victim worked out for 75 minutes on the evening of July 11 and when he returned to the locker room at 8:15 p.m. he discovered his jeans and wallet were no longer in his locker. Contents of his wallet included a driver’s license and a Social Security card.

Lights out in Larkspur

Residences in the 1200 block of Fremont Drive, 1000 block of Hoosier Drive, and the 7100 block of Boreas Road, all in Larkspur, reported driveway lighting being vandalized sometime overnight late July 12 or early July 13.

Nine driveway lights, attached to underground wiring, were damaged at the Fremont address, several solar lights lining the drive at Boreas Road home were destroyed and scattered about, and six solar lights and a sprinkler head were broken at the Hoosier home.

The combined total damage between the three homes was estimated at around $400.

Air conditioner stolen

Sometime between the night of July 10 and late morning July 12 an air-conditioning unit was stolen from a garage in the 9700 block of Rosebud Place in Parker. The unit was valued at $300.

The incident was one of a number that the victim was aware of in the area recently.

House shot in Sedalia

Deputies responded to a home in the 4900 block of North Plum Avenue in Sedalia July 11 after a call regarding a bullet hole in the gutter downspout. The homeowner was not sure when the house was shot at, but estimates it was between July 4 and 10.

The damage was estimated at $250. There was no other damage to the property. The case remains open until neighbors in the area are canvassed about any suspicious behavior.