Crime & Public Safety

Thief gets away with Bluffton political signs

This surveillance camera image from Calhoun and Water streets around 7:23 p.m. Oct. 4 shows a pickup truck belonging to a person suspected of stealing political signs throughout Bluffton's Old Town area. Police believe the vehicle is a white Ford Ranger with a sport side white male driver. There are stickers in the middle and side of the back window.
This surveillance camera image from Calhoun and Water streets around 7:23 p.m. Oct. 4 shows a pickup truck belonging to a person suspected of stealing political signs throughout Bluffton's Old Town area. Police believe the vehicle is a white Ford Ranger with a sport side white male driver. There are stickers in the middle and side of the back window. Bluffton Police Department
The Bluffton Police Department is seeking the identity of a driver suspected of stealing political signs throughout Old Town.

The suspect's vehicle, caught on camera in Old Town, is believed to be a white Ford Ranger that is operated by a white male, the police department said in a media release.

The vehicle has stickers in the back window with one in the middle and two on the side.

Maj. Joseph Manning said Friday that at least three separate candidate signs were stolen.

Anyone with information can call the police department at 843-706-4550 or Sgt. James Carmany at 843-706-4532.

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