Info Needed Regarding Livingston Co Burglary
By West KYStar News Staff
Livingston County, KY - On July 7th Livingston County Sheriff's Deputy Robert Johnson began investigating a residential burglary at 727 Desert Storm Road in rural Livingston County.
Apparently the perpetrators forced thier way into the residence and took at least 11 firearms, some electronics and multiple hand and electric tools. Evidence collected at the home will be sent to the Kentucky State Police Lab for analysis.
Anyone with knowledge or information regarding this burglary is encouraged to contact the Livingston County Sheriff's Department at (270) 928-2122 or the Kentucky State Police at (1-800-222-5555). Callers may remain anonymous.
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department has seen an increase in thefts over the last month and want to encourage folks to be more vigilant and report suspicious activity in their neighborhoods. The Sheriffs Department says it's always a good idea to lock the doors on your home, garage and vehicles on your property.
In addition to they want to remind everyone that it only takes a few minutes to write down the make, model and serial number of property that you own. Many times property may be recovered years later and an arrest may be made if the item is positively identified as an item that was stolen in the past.
A serial number is the most certain way for investigators to identify this type of item. Other than securing your items, recording a make, model and serial number is the most effective thing an individual can do to assist in the recovery of stolen items.
Unfortunately, most people do not take the time to do this and criminals realize it.