October 18, 2021


Automotive maniacs

Tire shop supervisor run around confronting robbers, NC cops say

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The manager of a lower price tire shop in North Carolina was run around by two people today in a Toyota Highlander he confronted about stealing tires, law enforcement claimed. 

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Police in North Carolina are hunting for two people today accused of working about the supervisor of a regional tire store just after they had been accused of stealing.

The incident happened Friday just just before noon at a price cut tire retail outlet where by a guy and a woman had been “attempting to steal tires,” the Asheville Police Division mentioned in a information release.

The supervisor confronted them, according to the release, and they ran him about in a 2012 to 2014 black Toyota Highlander with a short-term tag.

“Fortunately, the supervisor experienced insignificant injuries and was not transported to the hospital,” Asheville law enforcement explained.

Anyone with information is questioned to get in touch with 828-252-1110. Ideas can also be shared anonymously by texting Suggestion2APD or 847411.

Hayley Fowler is a reporter at The Charlotte Observer covering breaking and true-time information across North and South Carolina. She has a journalism diploma from the College of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and beforehand labored as a authorized reporter in New York City prior to signing up for the Observer in 2019.

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