Over $30k Worth of Items Stolen from Former Governor's House

Over $30k Worth of Items Stolen from Former Governor's House

Police find no signs of forced entry.
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- A burglary was reported at former Governor David Pryor's house on Thursday.

According to a report filed with Little Rock Police, officers responded to the former governor's house just before 3:00 Thursday afternoon.

Pryor and his wife told officers that they left their house around 9:30 Thursday morning and returned between 2:00 and 2:30 to find the sliding-glass door located in the back of the house was open and the front door was unlocked, according to the report.

Police say they were unable to find any signs of forced entry, but the house had been ransacked, as drawers had been emptied and items strewn about the house.

According to the report, the suspect or suspects appear to have used some of those drawers and a bedspread to carry stolen items out of the house.

Pryor told police that the gate to their driveway had been left open that day, and that he'd seen a suspicious brown truck that he described as being in "rough condition" in the area over the previous few days.

Sterling silver pieces, pocket watches, laptops and other miscellaneous items reported stolen are valued at over $30,000 according to the report.

Mrs. Pryor also told police that a large amount of jewelry was stolen, and that she would provide a complete inventory to detectives when she determined what was missing.
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