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Entering autos reported in Covington
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The Covington Police Department (CPD) took reports on three entering auto complaints Feb. 13. In one incident, a pistol was stolen.

According to a police report, a Macon County man went to CPD Headquarters to report that his SCCY CPX-2 9MM pistol was taken from his truck sometime between Feb. 9 and Feb. 12 while the truck was parked at a residence on Sterling Lane. The victim reportedly told police that there was no damage to his vehicle.

In another theft, a South Sterling Lakes Drive woman reported to police that someone had entered her car during the night and taken her daughter’s book bag. The book bag contained a Dell 3160 Laptop computer. According to the police report, the computer belongs to the Rockdale County School System.

A DeKalb County law enforcement vehicle and a personal vehicle were reportedly entered at a residence on Brandywood Way sometime during the night of Feb. 12 and the morning of Feb. 13. According to the police report, nothing was taken from either vehicle, though the resident told police that he found his black earphones in the road outside his residence. There was no damage reported on either vehicle.