Laurel County Sheriff Looking for Car Thieves

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Updated: 5/05/2013 7:57 pm
    The Laurel County Sheriff's office wants your help to find a group of people they believe were involved in the theft of Suzuki Samurai Jeep.

     They say it happened Monday night around 8:30pm when they got a call reporting the theft.

     Deputies say surveillance video shows at least three girls and three men getting out of two cars at a business. Two men going under the fence at the R&S Truck Repair next door, and driving the vehicle through the gate.

     They say three girls and a man went inside the business and tried to distract the employees there.

     If you have any information about the cars or the people in the pictures call the Laurel County Sheriff.
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