Randle asks public to keep Aberdeen Poilce Department informed of suspicious activity

Monroe Journal

ABERDEEN – Following more reports of stolen lawn mowers, chainsaws, weedeaters and other items, Aberdeen Police Chief Henry Randle urges the public to keep his department informed of suspicious activity.

While an arrest was made Aug. 5 in connection to several similar stolen items throughout the month of July, it hasn’t deterred additional property thefts.

Randle also recommends residents to use locks on storage sheds to further protect property.

Anyone seeing any suspicious is asked to the call the Aberdeen Police Department at 369-6454 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-530-7151. Any description of the subject is helpful.