21 truck computers worth more than $60,000 stolen from Rock Hill concrete company

adys@heraldonline.comJuly 13, 2013 

— Employees at a Rock Hill concrete company told police this week that thieves stole 21 computers that control cement trucks, according to a police report.

The computer modules taken from Thomas Concrete are valued at about $3,000 each. Some of the wiring harnesses leading to the modules were cut, while others were unplugged, according to the report.

The theft remains under investigation.

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