Thief takes 23 wheels from car dealership

Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 12:59 AM
Last updated 4:59 PM
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A thief stole 23 alloy wheels from a local car dealership this weekend, according to a Richmond County Sheriff’s incident report.

An employee of Bob Gibbs Motors at 626 12th St. told police he came into work Monday to find wheels missing from seven vehicles.

The employee said when he left work at 6 p.m. Friday, the lot was secured. The wheels were valued at $1,150.

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soapy_725 09/11/12 - 05:43 am
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Some cheap wheels.
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So we know who will not be using them on their cars. We first thought his would be a good title for country music song. A tandem semi trailer rig?

Twenty three wheels and a dozen roses....... one more mile to the county line.....

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DawgnSC69 09/11/12 - 09:19 am
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The 6th set?

My guess is he/she/it was too ignorant to know he needed one more wheel to have 6 complete sets. And why were there 7 vehicles? Is it just me or the numbers just not adding up here?

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