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Police searching for car part thieves

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Charleston County Detectives are looking for two men caught on tape stealing catalytic converters from Summerville. Charleston County Detectives are looking for two men caught on tape stealing catalytic converters from Summerville.

Charleston County Detectives are looking for two men caught on tape stealing catalytic converters from Summerville.

The two men are seen on video arriving and leaving in a red GMC Sierra Crew Cab Truck at 7:24pm on March 24, 2013. There are several characteristics on the truck that stand out. Some of those include: chrome fender flares over both front fenders with none on the rear fenders, chrome rails on the top of the truck bed that are recessed on the bed, allowing for a truck box to be placed behind the cab, and a gray and black stripe running along the bottom portions of the side of the truck.

The suspects are both white men between the ages of 25-40.

If you have information on the suspects in the video or the location or owner of the red GMC truck involved in the incident, please contact the Charleston County Sheriff's Office at 843-308-7311 or 843-202-1700.

 

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