Detectives search for suspect in theft of North Carolina aggregates supplier
Detectives in Cumberland County, North Carolina, are searching for a woman who broke into WHI Sand and Gravel and took several items belonging to the owner, according to Raleigh-Durham’s WTVD-TV.
Greg Bullock, owner of WHI, reported a break in on June 7. The suspect took from the business engine oil, a pressure washer and hydraulic fluid, and she damaged a door jam. The suspect also stole a checkbook from Bullock’s desk; the checkbook belonged to a church where he is a superintendent.
Detectives obtained a photo of the suspect from a surveillance video at a Wells Fargo Bank in Fayetteville, where she unsuccessfully attempted to cash a forged check for $2,300.
To see additional photos of the suspect or get details about reporting information regarding the theft to detectives, visit abclocal.com/wtvd.
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