$10,000 in Tools and Equipment Stolen from Auto Repair Shop

$10,000 in Tools and Equipment Stolen from Auto Repair Shop

Approximately $10,000 worth of tools and equipment was stolen recently from South Franklin Auto Repair in Scroggins, TX. Authorities are still looking for those responsible for the theft.

Approximately $10,000 worth of tools and equipment was stolen recently from South Franklin Auto Repair in Scroggins, TX. Authorities are still looking for those responsible for the theft.

Below is the article as it appeared on the KFXK FOX 51 website.

$10,000 in tools stolen from Franklin County auto shop

July 24, 2012

Franklin County — The Northeast Texas Area Crime Stoppers and the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office need your help to solving the crime of the week.

At some time between July 21st and July 23rd, 2012, unknown person(s) gained access to South Franklin Auto Repair located at 6944 FM 115. Once inside, numerous hand tools, including a large quantity of Snap-On Tools and other equipment totaling approximately $10,000.00 were taken from the location.

To read the entire article on the KFXK FOX 51 website, click HERE.

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