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Trenton Man Reports Grand Larceny Theft a Month after the Fact

web posted November 27, 2012

TRENTON – A Watson Road man called the Sheriff's Office to report the theft of an ATV, motorcycles, and other property that he discovered missing on October 20 of last month. He did not give a reason for waiting so long to report the crime.

According to an incident report released on Monday, the man reported a Baja 4-wheeler, two red two-stroke motor cycles, a black Yamaha 125cc dirt bike, and a set of aluminum heads for a  Chevy 350 hp engine were taken from his property the month prior.

The hood of a vehicle had also been removed but was left behind along with a jacket the man said did not belong to him. The jacket was taken in as evidence and the scene was photographed. Due to the time lapse in the burglar and the reporting, the scene could not be processed for evidence.

The man was unable to provide the deputy with any of the serial numbers for the vehicles, but would look for them and contact the Sheriff's Office if they were located.

The total value of the stolen property was listed at $7,300.

The case has been turned over to the Criminal Investigative Division for further investigation.


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