Thursday, February 6, 2014
Two vehicles stolen from the Goose Creek area recently have been recovered.
On Jan. 24 at about 8:15 a.m. woman said she was driving her truck down Royle Road when she ran out of gas, according to a Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office incident report.
She began walking down the road to get gas. When she returned, her truck was missing.
A Charleston County Sheriff’s Office deputy soon responded to a hit and run involving the missing truck. CCSO began a vehicle pursuit that ended on Ancrum Road in Berkeley County, according to the report.
CCSO deputies said two male suspects wearing camouflage fled from the truck. The vehicle was towed and the owner was notified of its location.
In a separate incident on Jan. 26, a man and his children noticed a 2008 Nissan Titan parked in the woods, according to a BCSO incident report.
The vehicle was reported stolen from North Charleston on Jan. 15. A tow truck responded to the scene, but was unable to get to the vehicle to tow it, according to the report.
The owner of the vehicle arrived to assist the tow truck operator and deputies and they were able to retrieve the vehicle from the woods and return it to its owner.
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