A pair of brothers are now in jail, accused of trying to sell stolen goods.
According to Christy Wallace with the Pitt County Sheriff's Office, the brothers trying to sell radiators to EJE recycling center near Greenville.
Wallace says, deputies spotted the two with several radiators in their truck and questioned the men.
We're told they both accused the other of stealing the radiators to sell at the metal recycling center.
Both Andrews are charged with felony larceny, possession of stolen goods and trespassing.
Their bonds were set at 35-thousand dollars each.
We're gathering details on the arrests of two men, possibly brothers, for larceny.
Michael and David Andrews are both from Williamston in Martin County. The Pitt County Sheriff's Office charged both men with felony larceny, possession of stolen goods and trespassing.
Their bonds were set at $35,000 each. It's not clear if the two are related, but both are listed as living at the same address on Harrison Lane in Williamston.
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