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Investigators arrest bronze thief

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Source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office Source: Richmond County Sheriff's Office
AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

The Richmond County Sheriff's Office has made an arrest in the case of theft of bronze from the SOLO Cup Company.

Investigators arrested Kenneth Dale Morris, 49, in connection with the theft of $22,000 worth of bronze metal brackets stolen from the company.

Morris, who is a current employee with SOLO Cup Company, is charged with two separate counts of Theft by Taking for his role in this incident which occurred over a span of several days.

CMC Recycling Center, located at 1890 Old Savannah Road and Campbell's Recycling Center, located at 250 Dan Bowles Road are credited with assisting RCSO with recovery of all of the previous mention stolen material.

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