Salisbury police looking for man who stole battery charger from local car dealership
SALISBURY — Salisbury police are looking for a man accused of stealing a battery charger from Ben Mynatt Nissan.
The charger was pawned, said spokesman Lt. Lee Walker.
Adam Ryan Foster is being sought after he was seen on a security video on Monday afternoon at the business, located at 629 S. Jake Alexander Blvd. The video showed a male get out of a sport utility vehicle with pink and purple letters written on the back windshield.
The charger was taken to Quick Cash Pawn, 2445 Statesville Blvd. The man allegedly received $200 in exchange for the battery charger, Walker said. Foster used his license at the pawnshop and police were able to determine his identity via a driver’s license database.
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