North Carolina thieves stole $7K in copper wire from Lowe’s: report

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Four suspected burglars are being sought in North Carolina after they took copper wire worth more than $7,000 from one Lowe’s Home Improvement Store According to media reports, within minutes of arriving.

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office said a man and three women came into a Charlotte-area store on June 28 and split into two groups as they made their way down an electrical aisle.

they put Stolen wire in two shopping carts and left the store via the self-checkout area, the report said.

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Four suspected copper burglars fled after taking $7,000 worth of wire from a Lowe’s home improvement store in North Carolina.
(Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office)

The group was reportedly in the store for less than six minutes. They fled in a Nissan Versa and a black SUV.

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Lowe’s harm prevention officer reportedly told investigators he recognized some members of the group Other Lowe’s Involved In Theft,

People line up at Lowe's as they try to gather supplies after rain and flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey began to ease, Wednesday, August 30, 2017, in Atascosita, Texas.

People line up at Lowe’s as they try to gather supplies after rain and flooding from Tropical Storm Harvey began to ease, Wednesday, August 30, 2017, in Atascosita, Texas.
(Karen Warren/Houston Chronicle via AP)