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Deputies hope to identify 4 after stolen truck abandoned

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The Ford F150 (left) leaves the Villager store on Highway 187. (Oct. 2, 2012/Anderson Co. Sheriff's Office) The Ford F150 (left) leaves the Villager store on Highway 187. (Oct. 2, 2012/Anderson Co. Sheriff's Office)
ANDERSON, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Anderson County deputies said a truck stolen in September was abandoned at a local store and several people were caught on camera in connection with the truck.

Deputies said a red Ford Ranger pickup was stolen on Sept. 24 from Reaves Place in Anderson and was then discovered abandoned at the Villager store on Highway 187 on Oct. 2.

After reviewing surveillance video, deputies said several people pulled up to the store in the stolen truck about 1:15 p.m. A short time later, deputies said a red Ford F150 pulled up, driven by a white female in a white tank top, jeans and ball cap.

SLIDESHOW: Surveillance photos of unidentified subjects

Along with a male passenger, deputies said the woman went inside the store then they left, picking up the people who had arrived in the Ranger. Those people then gathered their belongings, bags and appeared to wipe down the truck before jumping in the bed of the F150, deputies said.

Investigators ask anyone who can identify the subjects seen on surveillance or who has information on the theft to call Detective Tracy Call at the Anderson County Sheriff's Office or Crime Stoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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