PHOTOS | Mt. Pleasant police seek rocking chair thief

Photos of a suspect taking two rocking chairs from a Mt. Pleasant porch. (Provided/Steve Brooks)

Mt. Pleasant police officers are investigating a theft of wooden rocking chairs from a front porch in the Magnolia Village neighborhood.

The rocking chairs are valued at $200.

Footage from a home security camera shows a black male, approximately 35-50 years old with a beard, light colored sweatshirt and knit hat walk onto the front porch around 11:45 p.m. on Nov. 16 and remove two rocking chairs, according to the police report.

The suspect walked down Spring Hope Drive towards 6-Mile Road. According to a police report, a vehicle with its lights on just outside camera view appears to be waiting for the suspect. The vehicle backs up and exits the neighborhood, according to the police report.

The homeowners marked the rocking chairs with their last name on the bottom of each chair with a black permanent marker, according to the police report.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mt. Pleasant Police Department.

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