PAWLEYS ISLAND, S.C. (WCBD) – Authorities in Georgetown have located a police cruiser that went missing from Tideland’s Ford Dealership on Thursday.
A spokesperson for the department said the vehicle was dropped off on Monday, June 15 by City of Georgetown Service Technicians for repairs.
Police say an unidentified person went to the dealership around 4:00 p.m. Thursday and asked to pick up a Georgetown Police Department cruiser.
The unidentified person obtained the keys from a Tideland’s Ford employee after signing a work order and the police cruiser was released by the dealership to that person, police said.
Captain Nelson Brown said that the cruiser “was picked up by mistake by the repair shop where it was found.”
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