BCSO: $12,000 of yard equipment stolen from school district facility

Grand larceny suspect vehicle. (Provided/Berkeley County Sheriff's Office)

The Berkeley County Sheriff's Office is looking for a person who stole over $12,000 in yard equipment from a school district facility.

The department released photos of a suspect vehicle, asking the public for help to identify it.

According to the sheriff's office, during the early morning hours of Monday, Jan. 7, the vehicle was involved with a grand larceny from the Berkeley County School District Maintenance Facility located on Old Highway 52 in Moncks Corner.

During the theft, over $12,000 in Stihl yard equipment, including weed eaters, back pack blowers, pole saws, chain saws and trimmers was stolen.

"The Sheriff's Office needs the assistance of the public to help identify the person(s) responsible for the theft and who may operate the vehicle. The vehicle appears to have aftermarket rims with exception of the passenger rear tire, which appears to be a stock rim," the department states.

Anyone with information about this theft or the vehicle is asked to contact Detective Sergeant Woodall at (843) 719-4354.

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