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Breaking News: Stolen Vehicle
Here is a picture of the Camaro from Randy Marionís website.
On Monday, January 28, 2013, at approximately 2300 hours, unknown suspect(s) broken into the showroom of Randy Marion Chevrolet, Buick & Cadillac, located at 220 W. Plaza Dr., Mooresville, NC.
An unidentified black colored SUV is believed to be involved in this case.
The stolen vehicle is a 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, special edition vehicle (1 of 5,000), high performance 580 horse power, Victory Red in color, with black on the hood at the air intake (different from the above photo), with two (2) black stripes on the rear trunk. The vehicle has solid black color wheels. The vehicle also has a retractable sun roof.
Mooresville Police Department OCA: 2013000520
Please contact Detective Call if you have any information related to this incident.
Detective David Call
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Harold Gabriel, the victim of a fatal hit and run/pedestrian struck accident in 2002 on Cabarrus Avenue
Lewis Stockton, the victim of a fatal hit and run/pedestrian struck accident in 1987 on West Iredell Avenue