GEORGETOWN COUNTY, S.C. (WMBF) – Georgetown County deputies said they have found a Georgetown police cruiser after it was stolen from a Pawleys Island dealership, but the investigation is ongoing.
Authorities said the Georgetown police vehicle was taken Friday afternoon from the Tideland’s Ford Dealership in Pawleys Island.
Police said the thief went to the dealership and asked to pick up a Georgetown Police Department cruiser. The vehicle had been dropped off on Monday by technicians with the city of Georgetown.
The unidentified person obtained the keys for the dealership employee after signing a work order. Investigators said the person who signed the order does not have any affiliation with the police department or the city of Georgetown.
The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office is also working on the case.
No word right now if any arrests have been made.