A Charleston woman had a seizure and had to leave her vehicle parked outside a Five Chop Road store. The 2009 black GMC Acadia was later stolen, according to a sheriff’s office incident report.
The woman reported last week that she’d been visiting Orangeburg County for personal reasons on Sept. 19.
She had a seizure, so someone parked her vehicle at 2811 Five Chop Road until she could have it towed to Charleston. She told deputies that she spoke to the clerk and the clerk agreed not to have it towed.
On Sept. 26, the woman went to retrieve her vehicle, but it was no longer there.
She checked with the store employees and they told her that no one towed it.
The stolen vehicle is valued at about $10,000.
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In other reports:
• An Elgin man visiting a Laughing Gull Drive home reported Tuesday morning that someone stole his 2006 blue Ford F-250 truck valued at $4,000.
He told deputies he last saw his truck at 10 p.m. Monday.
The truck has an Ohio license plate, peeling paint and a yellow compressor in the bed.
He told deputies he left the truck unlocked.
• A Willing Lakes Court man reported Wednesday morning that someone stole his 2002 white Cadillac Escalade.
He told deputies he went to bed around 11 p.m. Wednesday. When he woke up Thursday morning to leave for work, he noticed his SUV was no longer there.
The victim said that the vehicle was paid for and that he’d not left the keys inside of it.
The SUV is valued at $12,000.