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Aiken authorities seek public's help identifying two individuals

Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 10:03 PM
Last updated 10:30 PM
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Aiken Department of Public Safety is seeking the public’s help identifying two people seen soliciting work Tuesday in the Houndslake Subdivision.

Investigators would like to speak with them about a burglary on Whitemarsh Drive, according to a news release.

Descriptions of the two were not available but they were thought to have been going door-to-door, asking for yard work or other employment. Anyone with information can contact the ADPS tip line at (803) 642-7799.

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willie Lee
willie Lee 10/04/13 - 09:27 am
Aiken is also looking for

Aiken is also looking for information on the Kennedy assassination and the Lindberg kidnapping. The Department of Public Safety has no information other than they were told by the 2nd cousin of a friend who talked to a guy at the Exchange Club Fair in 1986 who said the guy heard there was a connection to Aiken in both the crimes. A department spokes person said that since the alleged crimes occurred in the United States, and he was told that Aiken is also in this country, then that is close enough. Aiken is also looking for anyone with information as to why the paint on the police station took so long to dry and as to why the chrome on the police cars is starting to rust. If you ever wish to know the definition of pathetic, just call the Aiken Department of Public Safety.

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