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  • Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Type of theft: Larceny
Location: Wire Road
Date: March 21
Time of day: Between 4 a.m. and 5:30 a.m.
Items stolen: 2007 John Deere 5325 tractor
Total value: $35,000
Incident report details: The victim heard his dog barking around 4 a.m. and believes around this time the tractor was stolen. It has a broken grille. The victim provided the tractor VIN number and serial number of the attached front-end loader. The victim believes the offender drove the tractor across the street to another part of his property where the tractor was loaded onto a trailer. Deputies found tire tracks believed to be from the offender’s vehicle.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office
 
Type of theft: Theft of articles from vehicle
Location: East Richland Avenue
Date: Between March 15 and March 18
Time of day: Between 5 p.m. and 8 a.m.
Items stolen: 36 tools
Total value: $10,315
Incident report details: Several items were stolen from work trucks parked inside a locked gate at a power station. Stolen tools include hydraulic drills, hydraulic tamps, sockets, hydraulic hoses and stringing blocks. The company manager told police he believes it was an “inside job” and believes the perpetrator has keys to the power station.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Summerville Police Department
 
Type of theft: Theft from motor vehicle
Location: Highway 78, near Ridgeville
Date: Between March 2 and March 21
Time of day: Between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Items stolen: Firearms
Total value: $675
Incident report details: Victim told deputies his rifle was stolen from his truck between the above listed dates. He said the only people who would have access to his truck are employees of an auto detailing shop on Highway 78. His orange case containing a .50 caliber handgun was left untouched.
Suspect(s): Unknown
Responding agency: Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office

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