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Last updated on Tuesday, August 20, 2013
(GIBSON CO.) - An Oakland City, Ind., man was arrested Saturday and accused of stealing items from the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana Plant.
According to a news release from the Gibson County Sheriff's Office that was issued Sunday night, deputies were called to the Toyota facility after officials reportedly found two wireless camera systems in a lunch box belonging to Ronald D. Norrick, 25.
The cameras were property of Toyota. The items were discovered during a "routine bag check," according to the release.
Deputies identified Norrick as a contract worker at the plant. Investigators said they suspect Norrick took other items from the plant as well but did not disclose in the release what else they believe was stolen. During the investigation authorities also searched Norrick's residence.
Norrick was arrested and taken to the Gibson County Jail. According to the release, he preliminarily faces four counts of theft.
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