Fort Mill, SC — Surveillance video of two men dressed in women’s clothing who stole from a truck stop last week has been released by South Carolina police. Love’s Truck Stop in Fort Mill was the scene of this cunning crime.
An employee told police that one of the men distracted him by making a purchase using a credit card that wouldn’t process. While distracted, a second man was reportedly spiriting away vehicle electronics. Police said that before this daring ruse was over, the second man would walk out of the truck stop with a GPS unit and a combination television/DVD player.
Police are asking the public’s help in their apprehension.
While the employee blamed the distraction on credit card processing, it is understandable if he was unable to resist the mesmorizing beauty and fetching glances from these enchantresses. The employee provided detailed descriptions of the two men to police.
The first man was wearing a delightful teal and white dress – the white top being almost diaphanous in texture and the dress portion flowing in a nod to the spring weather of the Carolinas. The second man was dressed in a daring black pant and tank combo with light appointments. The texture was smooth and distracting in fit. The pants were complemented by black leather flip-flops showing enticing, but not excessive, toe cleavage.
The two men drove away in a Kia Optima. Police said that the employee, presumably after regaining his composure, was able to write down the license number of the vehicle.
Police tracked the car to the owner in Lancaster, who said his son was using his vehicle at the time of the incident. Well, I’ve got some news for you, pops…
Police are still looking for the men. Anyone with information should contact Fort Mill Police at 803-547-2022.Tags: Loves Truck Stop, Theft