Police are continuing their investigation of a number of vehicle battery thefts which have occurred since the beginning of the year.
Witnesses told police on Monday, Jan. 7, that they saw two individuals taking a battery from a truck parked on Locust Street.
Larry Nichols also reported that someone had taken four batteries and seven radiators from vehicles he had parked on Main Street at Larrys Auto between Jan. 5 and Jan. 7.
Dixie McKinley added to the growing list of thefts with reports of three batteries and a ratchet puller on McKnight Alley on Jan. 4.
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