(From the left) Edna Jenkins, Theodore Jenkins, and Jennifer Brazell, Jean Furlow
(From the left) Edna Jenkins, Theodore Jenkins, and Jennifer Brazell, Jean Furlow Photos provided by the Lexington County Detention Center
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    Columbia, SC resident Betty Goodwine says her Chevrolet Tahoe was stolen when she started the engine and left it running while she went into her home to grab her purse. Car thefts are increasing locally and nationally after years of decline.