Man loses precious items that belonged to his late wife during series of break-ins in Guilford County


GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — A door frame is broken and debris is all over rooms inside a home on Old Julian Road.

“They threw things on the floor, messed up the room, clothes are out of the closet and onto the floor,” homeowner Richard Walf said.

Walf’s home is one of several that were burglarized Monday and Tuesday.

The homes targeted during that 48-hour period were along Alamance Church, Coble Church and Ledford roads.

Walf lost a lot of cash, gift cards and valuables in the crime.

He also is missing something of his wife’s that he treasured. She died several years ago.

“Her wedding ring, my wedding band, a lot of watches and stuff she had. Some of it was pretty valuable,” Walf said.

They are valuables he hopes are returned, along with his sense of security.

“We did put in alarm system,” Walf said.

The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office worked with Asheboro and Rockingham County law enforcement to investigate.

Martaveous Lee Moore, 19, Kayla D’Chal Harris, 23, and Calvin Alexander Moore, 30, were all taken into custody in Asheboro and charged with burglary, larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods, along with other charges.

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