On Monday, August 10th Plymouth Police were notified by the Nappanee Police Department of a theft investigation involving a 2016 Newmar motor home from Nappanee. The theft had occurred on July 16th.
Carnegie was identified as a suspect after being seen at a Plymouth Car Show with the motor home on August 8th. On August 10th he was interviewed by Nappanee Police. At that time the motor home was gone and unable to be located.
Tuesday afternoon detectives with the Plymouth Police Department located the motor home in Starke County. A witnesses had seen Vincent Carnegie with the stolen motor home at a remote location in Marshall County after the Nappanee Police Detectives had questioned him about it.
Carnegie was located and arrested regarding possession of stolen property valued over $50,000 by Plymouth detectives on Friday. His bond was set at $3,000 cash.
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