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Missing televisions may have ended up in Puerto Rico and Mexico

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By Sarah Sue Ingram, Beacon Correspondent

A few of the flat-screen televisions stolen from Holden Beach and the other Brunswick County beaches have been recovered, but many of the stolen TVs were shipped to Puerto Rico and Mexico, Holden Beach police chief Wally Layne told town commissioners Tuesday night.

“One male and his wife have been arrested,” Layne said, while federal authorities are helping try to apprehend another suspect.

The face of the fugitive was caught on a motion-activated security camera at one of the beach houses.


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