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$20,000 worth of equipment stolen from Gracewood

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 Equipment worth nearly $20,000 was stolen from three buildings at Gracewood State School and Hospital’s water treatment facility.

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According to a Richmond County incident report, the buildings at 100 Myrtle Boulevard were ransacked between Friday at 3 p.m. and Tuesday at 2:30 p.m.

The stolen items were an $18,000 stainless steel skimmer trough, a $600 pump, $200 worth of water treatment chemicals, a $500 computer and two tool boxes and a storage unit valued at $100 each.

The responding deputy observed that a fence and a lock on the back gate were cut. A burglar gained entry to the buildings by breaking a side window on the main building and prying open a shed door.

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seenitB4 04/17/13 - 04:36 am

That map is a long way from Gracewood...

Sweet son
Sweet son 04/17/13 - 11:26 am

You're right. Gracewood is true South Augusta. Wrightsboro and Jackson are not even close. "We" know where Gracewood is but the AC does not. :)

Connor Threlkeld
Connor Threlkeld 04/17/13 - 06:49 pm
Thanks for pointing that out,

Thanks for pointing that out, seenitB4 and Sweet Son, it has been fixed.

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