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Hartsville police department investigates vehicle thefts
Thursday, March 7, 2013

HARTSVILLE, S.C. – March 1, 2013 – The Hartsville Police Department is investigating the theft of several off-road vehicles reported stolen from a residence on Waxhaw Way on Thursday, February 28.

The homeowner discovered three off-road vehicles missing from his garage by 7:30p.m., including two different 2007 yellow Honda TRX420FE7 four wheelers, one of which is painted yellow and the other red. The yellow vehicle has an attached back
seat and storage compartments on the back rack. The other missing vehicle is an orange Polaris Razor four wheeler, with LED lights and windshields on the front and rear. The items stolen were valued altogether at $27,720.

“The Hartsville Police Department takes this and all other reports of theft very seriously,” Police Chief James Hudson said. “As we search for these vehicles, we hope that anyone with information that can help us return this property to its owners will contact us.”

Anyone observing vehicles matching the descriptions of these stolen items or who observes any suspicious activity is encouraged to call 911, the Hartsville Police Department at 843-383-3011, or submit a tip using Crimestoppers by phone, 1-888- CRIME-SC, or online at www.sccrimestoppers.com.

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