Authorities are investigating two burglaries that occurred at Mount Pleasant homes on Tuesday.
Mount Pleasant police responded to Appling Drive around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday. A woman told investigators that she returned home to find that her back door had been kicked in and her house ransacked.
The burglar dropped pieces of jewelry on the home's living room floor and back steps, police said.
A list of stolen items included two televisions, a safe, an iPad, two iPods, three laptops, an Xbox 360 and other electronics, police said.
A second burglary occurred two miles away on Kent Drive around 4 p.m., police said.
According to police, a man noticed his roommate's window was broken, but he assumed something had fallen on it.
The man then walked into his living room to play a video game, but his Play Station was missing, police said. Two Remington guns, a laptop, an XBox and a Go Pro camera also were missing.
Suspects had not been identified in either case Wednesday morning.
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