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South Congaree police investigators looking for stolen equipment and motorcycle

South Congaree, SC (Paul Kirby) 11/30/20 - Investigators with the South Congaree Police Department are asking the public for their assistance in locating the person or persons that stole an expensive trailer with pressure washing equipment on it. The suspects also made off with a Honda sport-bike during the same robbery.

According to police, these items were stolen around 4:30 a.m. on Friday, November 27th, 2020, from a home on McIntosh Avenue in the town. They belonged to a young businessman in his early 20s who was just building his business through hard work and determination. Without the pressure washing equipment, he cannot work.

The attached photographs are of the items that were stolen. Please take note of the pressure washing trailer closely. It has a plastic water tank mounted in the center of a 2-axle, black, tag along or bumper pull trailer . The pump is on the rear and there is a hose reel on the right hand or passenger side. That has the pressure washing wand attached to it. In the front, there was storage for the chemicals that are used when pressure washing various surfaces.

The sport bike is a Honda that is all blacked out with a low-cut faring. Witnesses have reported spotting it at the Walmart on South Lake Drive in Red Bank. Those tipsters reported that a woman was operating it at the time they saw it.

South Congaree Police Chief Josh Shumpert said Monday that they have already received some tips regarding who may have taken the items. “What we really need right now is someone who either has firsthand knowledge of this crime that’s willing to talk with us or some hard evidence that will help us locate these things. If someone knows where the stolen things are or who they were transferred to after they were taken, that would certainly help us solve this crime and return these to the young man who has lost his only source of income.”

Chief Shumpert said if you can help, please call their dispatch at (803) 785- 2521 or email


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