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Home  |  News  |  West Columbia Investigates Stolen Vehicle Case

West Columbia Investigates Stolen Vehicle Case
Tuesday, January 17, 2012

West Columbia, SC – The West Columbia Police Department is investigating a stolen vehicle case that occurred on January 5th at approximately 2:00 a.m. On that date, the victim ran out of gas on Morningside Drive in the city of West Columbia. He left on foot to go to get gas and when he returned, his vehicle had been stolen.

Chief Dennis Tyndall stated that the vehicle is a 1998 blue Chevrolet Blazer. The vehicle was later recovered at CMC Recycling in Lexington. The suspect who sold the vehicle to CMC presented a driver’s license that did not belong to her. The suspect is a white female with long black hair. She weighs approximately 160-180 lbs., is between 5’5”-5’8” tall, and appears to be in her mid-30’s. She was carrying a distinctive purse made out of a license plate.

Police are asking that anyone with information concerning this case or the suspect’s identity contact the West Columbia Police Department at 803-794-0721.

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