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Trailer with lawn equipment stolen from North Augusta store

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A trailer holding $6,700 worth of lawn equipment was stolen from Fred’s discount store at 401 W. Martintown Road in North Augusta.

Sometime between Thursday and Wednesday morning, the white, enclosed trailer went missing from the back parking lot of the store, according to a North Augusta Public Safety incident report.

Two backpack blowers, three lawn mowers, two weed-eaters, one edger, one hedge trimmer and one chainsaw were inside the trailer.

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Crime Reports and Rewards TV 11/03/11 - 01:54 am
Are we going to have to boot

Are we going to have to boot our tires to keep our stuff? Thank God tracking devices have come down just in time for the crime tsunami...
We recovered a lot of stuff, one of our laptops most recently. We're still going through the "initiation" where they steal from you so bad you get as poor as they are, only Robbie Silas & i, keep getting our stuff back ha haha:o)

augusta citizen
augusta citizen 11/03/11 - 06:01 am
Goodness, crime is on the

Goodness, crime is on the rise all over. I know that shopping center though, and really wouldn't think parking anything behind it would be a good idea. It would be so remote, no one would see anything going on.

bdouglas 11/03/11 - 08:00 am
I wouldn't park anything like

I wouldn't park anything like that at ANY shopping center, no matter where it is. Doesn't make it any less wrong, but you're kind of asking for it leaving something like that unattended in a place like that. Take it home, lock it in a garage, lock it in a fence...but leaving it behind a shopping center overnight? Come on...

Vito45 11/03/11 - 12:51 pm
Wonder if it was insured....

Wonder if it was insured....

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