Wednesday, January 29, 2014
On Jan. 13 a Bonneau woman called deputies after she discovered two of her four four-wheelers had been stolen from the backyard of her Mendel Rivers Road residence.
The first is a black 125cc with a rack on the front and back, according to a Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office incident report.
The second is a 50cc ATV with camouflage and a rack on the back. The makes and models are unknown. The victim said she still has possession of the keys.
The theft is believed to have occurred sometime between Dec. 26 and Jan. 13.
In a separate incident the night of Jan. 9 in Bonneau, another ATV was reported stolen from a different residence.
The victim said when he woke the morning of Jan. 10 he saw one four-wheeler in the driveway and the other missing, according to a BCSO incident report.
The ATV in the driveway had its ignition removed in an apparent attempted larceny. The other ATV is a green 2002 Honda Rancher.
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