Truck stolen from N. Tennessee St. found across state
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A North Tennessee Street resident who reported his truck stolen Tuesday was told that his vehicle was found by authorities several counties over.

According to a Cartersville police report, the man said his 2004 Ford F150 had been taken sometime between 7 a.m. Monday and 10 a.m. Tuesday. He said he kept the truck key in its center console, but that he locked the doors.

When police checked the vehicle's registration, they found that authorities in Hartwell had checked the vehicle at nearly 3 p.m. Monday. Hartwell police said three arrests had been made in reference to a case in their jurisdiction, with the taken vehicle involved in the case.

Hartwell is nearly a 2.5-hour drive east of Cartersville.

Rugs, mop reported taken from business

A Cherokee Place business reported Tuesday the theft of nearly $990 in items.

According to a Cartersville police report, the items taken from Pure Beauty Salon include four floor rugs and an industrial-sized mop. The rugs were taken about two months ago after an employee cleaned the rugs and placed them outside the business, while the mop was taken Monday, also from outside the business.

A person associated with the business told police that for the last two months there had been an increase in people, possibly homeless, in the area asking for money.

No major incidents reported

Officials with the Georgia State Patrol about 6 p.m. Wednesday said troopers in Bartow County had not reported any crashes with major injuries or fatalities in the previous 24 hours.

The Bartow County and Cartersville fire departments reported working no structure fires during the same period.