Wednesday, June 5, 2013
Three different companies from across the state reported items stolen from the same Bushy Park Road address between May 25 and May 27.
That’s according to three separate Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office incident reports.
According to one of the reports, a construction company from Greer reported one steel cutting saw valued at $950 was taken from a materials storage container. The container and lock appeared to have been damaged by some type of cutting tool, according to the report.
Another report indicates a construction company based in Greer reported a materials storage container was broken into, but the complainant said no items appeared to have been stolen. The report does not indicate the amount of damage that occurred to the container.
A third report states that a Greenville-based company had one reel of copper wire, valued at $3,550, stolen from its materials storage container. The container and lock appeared to have been damaged by some type of grinding tool.
Fingerprints were lifted from the container door and entered into evidence.
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