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LEBANON POLICE

Cash theft — 10:33 a.m. Thursday, May 3, Bobo’s Eats & Grog, 1765 S. Main St. A man reported that he left about $1,600 in cash in an envelope at the bar the previous night and that someone took the envelope. A theft report was taken.

Rental scam — 3:24 p.m. Sunday, May 6, 900 block W. Rose Street. Someone had posted a "for rent" advertisement for a house in Lebanon, but was apparently not connected to the local company that manages the property. An officer advised the reporting party that the advertisement is a scam.

Drive-through break-in — 6:33 a.m. Thursday, Burger King, 2095 S. Santiam Highway. The drive-through window was broken into and the office area entered. Police reports indicate a single male entered the building just before 2 a.m. The window and two cash registers were damaged, but nothing is believed to have been stolen.

Saved from fraud — 1:49 p.m. Thursday, Citizens Bank, 2122 S. Santiam Highway. A bank employee called police after an elderly woman tried to get $9,500 out of her bank account. The woman said she needed the money for her grandson, who broke his nose. The employee realized that the situation might be a scam. Police talked with the woman, who agreed not to send any money.

Kyle Odegard can be reached at kyle.odegard@lee.net, 541-812-6077 or via Twitter @KyleOdegard.

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