However, the tray was taken by the officer and it will be examined for finger prints.
Police investigates burglary of two vehicles
Brandon McClellan woke up last Sunday and found both of his cars had been burglarized during the night.
Items missing from those vehicles included an RCA portable dvd player with cords; Under Armour flip flops and a baseball theme embroidered diaper bag with the name Carson on it.
After leaving the McClellan residence, patrol officer Jason Mosley located a property that had been taken from the McLellan’s vehicles and also another bag containing bike tools and bike gear.
Laura McLellan came to the Ada Police Department to claim some of the found items.
Mosley later took another burglary call from Jill Cliburn in the 2000 block of East 14th Place. She also had vehicle burglaries and was missing a bag with bike tools and accessories in it.
Mosley later released those items to Cliburn.
Televisions, iPhone and iPod stolen
There was nothing subtle about the burglary in the 500 block of East 13th Tuesday afternoon about 1:45 p.m.
In broad daylight, the burglar kicked a door several times before it gave way, allowing him to enter the home of Rafael Capata.
Officer Michael Meeks said there were no useable fingerprints, mainly because the burglar took them with him when he stole three flat-screen television sets, two digital cameras, one iPod and one iPhone.
The front door and frame were damaged but yielded no fingerprints.
Meeks discovered wooden pieces lying on the living-room floor. He then asked neighbors if they had seen or heard anything.
None of them had.
At the time of the report, there were no suspects or witnesses. Police are continuing the investigation.