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Police seek help finding man who sold stolen car to recycling center

Special via Richmond County Sheriff's Office
Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 12:28 PM
Last updated Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013 12:11 AM
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Police are asking for help finding a man who sold a stolen car to an Augusta recycling center in December.

Police are searching for the white male in the black jacket. The man behind him is not associated with the crime.  SPECIAL
Police are searching for the white male in the black jacket. The man behind him is not associated with the crime.

According to a Richmond County Sheriff’s Office release, the 2000 Toyota Carolla was sold to Newell’s Recycling on Dec. 26 after being reported stolen three days earlier.

Investigators found the car at the recycling center Jan. 4. After investigating, police learned the man who sold the car had used identification previously stolen from Aiken.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the sheriff’s office at (706) 821-1020 or Investigator Billy Dixon at (706) 821-1026.

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TrulyWorried 01/18/13 - 02:08 pm

sent to prison - which consists of tents, pink jumpsuits and chain gang!!
Judges - p l e a s e
But first the laws have to be changed so as to 'protect' - bummer!

Humble Angela
Humble Angela 01/18/13 - 02:40 pm
Oh but the left says we

Oh but the left says we shouldn't but non-violent people in jail......until it's THEIR stuff that gets stolen.

Patty-P 01/20/13 - 02:12 pm
He'll probably get probation,

He'll probably get probation, with restitution of $5 a month.

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