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Soldier Returns from Duty to Find All Personal Items Stolen

web posted January 24, 2014

JOHNSTON A soldier returning from a tour of duty overseas since March of last year came home to find all of her personal belongings stolen, including some military gear. Before leaving for duty, the woman placed all of her personal items in a storage facility in Johnston. When she returned to the business on Tuesday, the storage unit was empty and the lock had been removed and called the Edgefield County Sheriff's Office.

According to a list she gave the responding deputy, the person or persons made off with a queen size bed, bunk beds, televisions, washer and dryer, kitchen table, electronics, clothes, lamps, and much more.

An early estimate on the value of the property was listed at just over $4,000, according to an incident report released Thursday. At the time of the report the woman did not have make or model numbers of the property and no serial number at the time of the report. Those were to be provided to investigators later.

No other units at the storage company had been damaged or reported anything missing. The door to the storage she rented did not show damage or forced entry, the report states.

The case has been turned over to the Edgefield County Sheriff's Criminal Investigative Division for further investigation.


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