McDuffie County deputies have charged two men in connection with thefts last month.
The men have been identified as Thomas Michael Williams, 29, of Keysville; and Charlie Singletary, 38, of Hephzibah.
Deputies charged Williams with two counts of theft by taking and one count of burglary. He also had a probation warrant in Richmond County, reports show.
Records provided by the McDuffie County Sheriff's Office to The McDuffie Mirror show Singletary charged with two counts of theft by taking, one count of burglary and four counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.
Singletary also had a probation warrant. His was from Burke County.
Bail for Williams was set at $25,000. Singletary's bail was set at $29,000.
The records show that items stolen include a white Yamaha dirt bike, two helmets, two pair of boots, a uniform and two pair of racing goggles.
In the officer's report, he says he received a call from a Jefferson County deputy with information about items that were possibly stolen from McDuffie County.
The Jefferson County deputy had investigated a suspicious vehicle in Jefferson County and discovered a dirt bike that had been reportedly taken from a residence in McDuffie County.
"As I questioned the owner and her son about the items taken, as the items were being described, the (Jefferson County) investigator indicated he had recovered items meeting these descriptions," Deputy John Norton said in his report.