Fort Mill Times

Police blotter - June 11, 2008

Trailer, 4-wheeler stolen

A Fort Mill Township man reported that his Carolina Trailer and his 2006 Kawasaki Mule were stolen from the road in front of his home on Edgewater Way sometime between Wednesday, June 4, and Thursday, June 5, according to a York County Sheriff's Office report.

The report stated that the trailer was hooked up to the victim's truck with the four-wheeler on the trailer. The trailer is valued at $950 and the four-wheeler is valued at $8,800.

Internet fraud

A Tega Cay woman wired money from her account to a man in the United Kingdom for a camcorder on Monday, May 12, but she hasn't received the item yet, according to Tega Cay Police Department report.

The report stated that the victim went to Tega Cay Police Thursday, June 5, to file a report. The victim wired $8,300 to a man in Beckhampton, UK, for a Sony PDW-F350 camcorder.

Camper stolen

A Fort Mill man's pop-up camper was stolen at a gas station on Tom Hall Street Tuesday, June 3, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.

The report stated that the man saw an unknown suspect, driving a gray or light brown Ford Explorer, steal his Coleman pop-up trailer. The trailer is valued at $6,000.

Trucks damaged

Two trucks were burglarized at a business at Crossroads Plaza on Hwy. 160 West Friday, June 6, according to a sheriff's office report.

The report stated that several of the cargo doors on both trucks were pried open and damaged.

The damage is estimated to be $3,000. Some tools, valued at $400, were stolen from the trucks.

Car burglarized

A Fort Mill woman's car was burglarized and parts were stolen from it on Still Avenue sometime between Tuesday, June 3, and Wednesday, June 4, according to a Fort Mill Police Department report.

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