The Waldo County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several burglaries and thefts that were reported between April 10 and April 13.

Chief Deputy Bob Keating said a garage on Belfast Road in Freedom owned by a general contracting company had been broken into April 10 and that some property had been stolen. Among the items stolen, according to Keating, were tools and welding equipment.

During a routine property check of a vacant house in Troy April 10, Deputy Gerry Lincoln discovered that a board covering the cellar window had been removed. Keating said the property caretaker was notified. According to Keating, boxes were moved around, but nothing appeared to have been taken.

On April 11 at around 9 a.m., police responded to a call from a South Portland resident whose hunting camp on Page Road in Jackson had been broken into. Keating said a padlock had been pried from the screen door and the inner front door was broken. Items reported as stolen include three propane heaters, a television set, about 75 feet of copper tubing, and two battery-powered lanterns. The camp was last used in November.

On April 13, a man called police to report that a generator had been stolen from his garage on Belfast Road in Freedom. Keating said the Campbell Hoffuss 5500-watt generator, valued at $1,100, was last seen April 9 when the owner of the generator last used it. When the owner went to the garage where it had been stored, he discovered it was missing.

Keating said there were no known connections among the reported incidents. Anyone with information about any of the burglaries or thefts should call the Waldo County Sheriff’s Office at 338-2040. Callers may remain anonymous.