The Sudbury Police Department is investigating a larceny that occurred on the front lawn of a Bridle Path residence.
According to Lt. Scott Nix, a resident of the home walked into the station on Monday to report several items were missing from her front yard.
Among the items missing are:
- 4-foot-tall sun dial
- bird bath
- wheel barrel
- yard tools.
Nix said the resident estimated the value of the missing items at "a few hundred dollars."
The case is under investigation.
In other police news from Monday:
- A Ford Road resident reported snow stakes were pulled out of the ground.
- An officer dispatched to Dutton Road for a possible disabled motor vehicle came upon a one-car accident. A motorist struck a utility pole but was not injured. The car was towed from the scene.
- A Pine Street resident and a tow company operator were having a dispute over payment for a AAA tow. The dispute was resolved prior to officers arriving.
- Officers responded to a one-car accident on North Road. A motorist struck a deer but was not injured. The deer ran into the woods prior to the officers' arrival.