The South Congaree Police Department needs your help in motorcycle theft case
South Congaree, SC (Paul Kirby) – The South Congaree Police Department has asked the public for their help trying to find any information they may have on a stolen 2000 Harley Davidson motorcycle from a garage in the town of South Congaree. It was taken on Sunday, July 12, 2020 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 1: 00 p.m.
According to South Congaree Police Chief Josh Shumpert, the bike had a Harley Davidson orange and black paint scheme and was a fully dressed out bagger with extra customization.
Shumpert said late Sunday, “Please check your home camera systems if you live anywhere on or near Chapel Road. Even if your home is on one of the side streets like Dunbar Road, McDonald Avenue, Williams Avenue, Green Street, or even Church or Main Street and have cameras that catch a glimpse of the road, those may have caught an image of something that we could use. It’s just a four-hour period and your tip may help us catch the people responsible for this.” Chief Shumpert went on to say, “We aren’t sure exactly what type of vehicle we are looking for so please don’t discount anything. This might be a pickup, a vehicle pulling a trailer, a regular work van, or something larger. If it looks out of place to you, please let us know.”
Chief Shumpert said that anyone with information or video that could help in this investigation can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or call their dispatch center at (803) 785-2521. “If you think you may have caught something on video and don’t know how to transfer it or e-mail it, please call us and we will get someone to stop by. What you have may be the information that helps us solve this case,” Chief Shumpert concluded.