Tires, Trucks Stolen from N.C. Dealer - Tire Review Magazine

Tires, Trucks Stolen from N.C. Dealer

Police in Fair Bluff, N.C. are seeking suspects in a burglary and breaking and entering that happened Saturday night at a tire store.

According to police, between 7 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. Sunday at Johns Used Tires, thieves stole two Ford trucks valued at $13,000 and 42 tires valued at more than $4,000, as well as caused several thousands of dollars of property damage. The trucks, both 1997 models, were a red F-450 dually with flat bed body (chrome brush guard on front), and a green F-250 four-door with standard bed.

A cash reward is being offered for any information leading to the arrest and conviction of the thieves.

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