UPDATE: Fayette Co. Deputies search for two men in accused theft

Local - 10/25/2013 5:41 PM
UPDATE:

HILLTOP - The Fayette County Sheriff's Department has leads on the two men who deputies said were involved in a theft in the Hilltop area Wednesday night.

Sheriff Steve Kessler said the incident happened at Kevin's Auto at around 9:00 p.m.  When deputies arrived, a security officer told them that when he showed up for his shift, he found two men inside the main building at the dealership.  The security officer said that when he approached the men, they took, crawled under the fence and got into a pickup truck headed towards Oak Hill.  He said the only thing the suspects got away with was a small toolbox containing hand tools. 

Captain Jim Sizemore said deputies are fairly confident they have identified the two suspects. "We do need to see if our victim is able to identify the suspects or not, but we do have some very good leads that we're pursuing and feel pretty confident we'll be able to wrap this up," he explained.

The vehicle was described as a 2006 maroon Chevrolet Silverado with West Virginia tags 6WD765.

The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with information was asked to call the Fayette County Sheriff's Department or Crimestoppers. 

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ORIGINAL: 10/24/13, 12:48 p.m.

HILLTOP - The Fayette County Sheriff's Department is looking for two men involved in a theft in the Hilltop area Wednesday night.

Sheriff Steve Kessler said the incident happened at Kevin's Auto at around 9:00 p.m.  When deputies arrived, a security officer told them that when he showed up for his shift, he found two men inside the main building at the dealership.  The security officer said that when he approached the men, they took, crawled under the fence and got into a pickup truck headed towards Oak Hill.  He said the only thing the suspects got away with was a small toolbox containing hand tools.  

The vehicle was described as a 2006 maroon Chevrolet Silverado with West Virginia tags 6WD765.

The incident remained under investigation Thursday.

Anyone with information was asked to call the Fayette County Sheriff's Department or Crimestoppers. 


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