Two vehicles on Clark Circle in Orange were burglarized during the evening hours of Wednesday, and/or the early morning hours of Thursday. Police responded two different times in reference to the vehicles being broken into.

Officer Michael Roush responded to the first call at about 9:24 am in the 2800 block, and met with the victim, Cullen Craft. Craft told Officer Roush that sometime between Dec. 6, and Dec. 7, his Garmin GPS unit was stolen from his vehicle.

Craft told police that he would like to press charges if a suspect is found and identified.

The second call was responded to Wednesday morning by Officer Jason Ashworth. Ashworth was dispatched to the North Orange Baptist Church at 10:33 am, and made contact with the complainant, Mark Hammer. Hammer was working at the church.

Hammer reported that on Dec. 6, he parked his vehicle in his driveway, in the 2800 block of Clark. Hammer stated that when he went to his vehicle the following morning, he noticed several tools missing from the bed of his truck.

The cost of the stolen tools and damages to the vehicle were estimated to be about $800.

Hammer stated that he will press charges if a suspect is found.