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Arrests Made at Texas Tire Dealership

Police in Edinburg, Texas, raided a Texas tire shop in search of narcotics. The raid resulted in three arrests after drugs were found at Joe’s Tire Shop. Police executed the narcotics warrant on Feb. 25, according to media reports.

Former Michelin Employee Charged After Making Purchases on Company Credit Cards

Dothan, Ala.-police arrested and charged a man with multiple felony charges after his employer, Michelin North America Inc., launched an internal investigation against him. Police said that the internal investigation concluded that he stole $77,000 from the company, using the company credit card for multiple unauthorized purchases from April 2012 to November 2014, according to

Thieves Steal Safe in Utah

Two thieves broke into Glen’s Tire in West Valley City, Utah, stealing a safe filled with thousands in cash. The store’s video camera system documented a white delivery truck baking up to a side window on Feb. 23. In the video, one suspect went for the safe, which was bolted to the ground. According to

Multiple Burglaries Hit St. Louis Area Tire Businesses

A string of tire store burglaries in the St. Louis area are allegedly connected, according to media reports. On the night of Feb. 5, thieves broke into a storage room and stole $4,200 in used tires, wheels and batteries at a Plaza Tire Service location, said local media. Later that same night, investigators believe the

Tire Shop Owner Arrested

Police in Tulsa, Okla., arrested an automotive shop owner alleged to have run a tire theft ring over the last several months. Police arrested the owner of David’s Custom Wheel and Tire in Tulsa on Feb. 20, believing he worked with another man to steal the tires. According to a Fox-TV affiliate, thieves stole the

Police Stop Tire Thieves

Police have arrested three suspects in a tire theft ring that stole thousands of dollars worth of medium truck tires in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Authorities have been investigating the ring after thieves broke into a business in June 2014. Police believe the same suspects were responsible for three similar break-ins in 2014 and another five this

Nearly $8,000 in Tires, Wheels Stolen From N.Y. Dealership

Police are searching for suspects in a robbery at a Sennett, N.Y, car dealership where nearly $8,000 in merchandise was stolen. Eight tires and wheels were taken from two 2015 GMC pickup trucks parked in Summit Chevrolet Buick GMC’s Grant Avenue on two different occasions last week, according to the sheriff’s office. The first theft

Man Steals Thousands from Tire Shop

An unknown man walked into Stokes Tire Pros in Kountze, Texas, where he took $5,100 in cash and checks from the owner’s office. The man, who took the money around 12:30 p.m., was caught later on security cameras. According to the footage, the suspected man walked by customers to enter the office. Owner Brad Stokes

120 Tires Stolen in Florida Robbery

Police in Ocala, Fla., suspect that burglars used a stolen truck to steal 120 truck and trailer tires from a commercial tire dealership. The truck was stolen from a nearby Penske Truck Leasing store. An employee discovered the break-in on Jan. 12, when he noticed a chain on the front gate had been cut. According

Man Fatally Shot At Chicago Auto Repair Store

A self employed tow truck driver was meeting a customer who needed tires at a Chicago repair shop when he was shot and killed by an armed man that approached him at the front of the store on Dec. 31, 2014. ABC 7 reported that the man sought cover in the store’s office after he

Armed Men Rob NC Tire Store

Police in Wilmington, N.C., are searching for two suspects that robbed 17th Street Tire Shop on Saturday, Dec. 13, according to local reports. Officials said two male suspects approached employees working in the bay area of the shop and forced them into the lobby at gunpoint. The men stole money, a cell phone and the

Owner Takes To Social Media After Burglary

When Clark’s Tire and Automotive in Spokane, Wash., was robbed, owner Chris Clark took to Facebook. According to KLXY-TV, the tire dealership was broken into on Dec. 8, shortly after Clark left the store. “[I] looked at my security cameras because it’s on my cell phone and I see this guy going through my stuff,”