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Metal thieves identified in Aiken County

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Arrested: Nora Morrison/Source: ACSO Arrested: Nora Morrison/Source: ACSO
Wanted: Ann Morgan/Source: ACSO Wanted: Ann Morgan/Source: ACSO
Wanted: Phillip Freeman/ Source: ACSO Wanted: Phillip Freeman/ Source: ACSO

The Aiken County Sheriff's Office has identified and obtained arrest warrants for Nora Christine Morrison, 27, Ann Marie Morgan, 36, and Phillip Nicholas Freeman, 33, for larceny. 

The Sheriff's Office believes the three suspects are involved in metal thefts from private property near the intersection Berlin Church Road and Remont Road, in the Salley/Perry area. 

Investigators believe the suspects have been taking metal from this area since April 15.

Morrison turned herself in to investigators Tuesday and has been booked into the Aiken County Detention Center.  The other two suspects remain at large. Anyone with any information on the location of the suspects, should call the Sheriff's Office at (803) 648-6811 or Crime Stoppers with a tip or information at (888) CRIME-SC (888-274-6372).

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