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Stolen Jet Ski Recovered in Hay Field

web posted August 23, 2014

EDGEFIELD   A property owner arriving at a hay field just south of Miller's Crossroads on Sweetwater Road Friday morning made an unusual discovery. A Yamaha Wave Runner on a trailer with a cover on it backed to the edge of the woods in a back corner of the property. After notifying the Sheriff's Office investigators arrived and found that the jet ski had been stolen out of the City of Aiken back in May.

When the serial number was first checked it did not come back as stolen. However, a second check on the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources registration showed it was stolen, which was later confirmed on NCIC.

The jet ski, estimated to be valued at between $8,000 and $10,000 is fairly new, in good shape, and thought to be no more than two years old. It was towed to the Sheriff's Impound lot where Aiken Public Safety has placed a hold on the watercraft in order to process it for evidence.

If the person or persons who stole the jet ski have used it, their fingerprints are most certainly all over the craft, and having a "nice" custom fit cover it would protect those fingerprints from the elements of weather..

There was no key found with the jet ski and no information if the key was in the craft when it was stolen.





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