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Bennettsville Police need help in locating, identifying owner of vehicle used in larceny

  • 21 February 2019
  • Author: Dan McNiel
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Bennettsville Police need help in locating, identifying owner of vehicle used in larceny

The Bennettsville Police Department is seeking the public's assistance in locating and identifying the owner of the vehicle used in a larceny.
The vehicle was used in a larceny at Carolina Signs on Cheraw Street in January.
Police said the vehicle involved is believed to be a Ford F 350 power stroke diesel with upgraded headlights and has a silver or gray right front passenger fender along with what appears to be rust or faded paint located on the upper top portion of the passenger side toolbox. 
The vehicle has tinted side windows with tow mirrors, CAT tag on front bumper and chrome grill with FORD emblem missing on front. 
The truck has a  generator on the back driver side bed of the truck. The vehicle was driven by a black male who is described to be heavy set with an unknown passenger. 
A description of items stolen during the larceny includes a white in color 20 feet enclosed pace trailer loaded with bed mattresses.  
Police said the vehicle traveled into town from 15/401  west and traveled out of town on Hwy 9 toward Cheraw. 
Anyone who has information about this vehicle or person driving is asked to contact the Bennettsville Police Department at 843-479-3620,  the Marlboro County Central Dispatch 843-479-9001 or Investigator  De'Aron Smith 843-544-8178. 
Any information given will remain anonymous.

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