Left to right: Shannon Tracey, and John Paul Woodard. 

OCONEE, S.C. (FOX CAROLINA) -- Oconee County Sheriff's Office issued a citizens advisory regarding two wanted subjects from the Easley Police Department that were spotted in Oconee. 

The subjects were seen in a vehicle that was reported stolen. They are identified as 39 year old Shannon Marie Tracey and 41 year old John Paul Woodard.

Deputies say that earlier this morning that a black Toyota Tacoma pickup truck, that was reported stolen, was at the Walmart location on Sandifer Boulevard near Seneca. 

Deputies then learned that the vehicle was heading towards the city of Westminster, upon which the Westminster Police Department was notified.  The vehicle then made its way from Clearmont Road to Mountain Road and then down a gravel road called Rat Farm Road, where the vehicle rammed through a cable barrier. 

Deputies did not pursue, the information came from tips from the public. The deputies later located the truck in a ditch, still running, with no occupants. 

Easley PD does have outstanding warrants on both subjects both to have been believed to be occupying the vehicle.

OCSO deputies say that they two were taken into custody as of 8:00 p.m.

They were extradited to Easley Police Department. 

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