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Police investigate thefts of container and trailer in North Charleston

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NORTH CHARLESTON, SC -

North Charleston Police are investigating two separate thefts of a container and trailer.

On August 9 an agent from Quaker Transport in North Charleston said the driver of a white in color Eagle International truck pulled in and hooked up the trailer with the 40-foot container on top. Both the trailer and the container are valued at $7,000.

Then on Monday August 20th another there was another report of a theft. This one as brazen as the last. The owner of the Gilco Trucking Company said a white in color semi-truck pulled in and took off with a container and trailer. This time the goods were valued at $11,000.

Police are still investigating.

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