Pair who tried to pawn stolen chainsaws sought

Posted at 1:27 PM, Aug 17, 2016

Deputies in Chautauqua County are attempting to identify two men who tried to pawn three stolen chainsaws, each valued around $1,000.

The pair tried to sell the saws on July 26-27 at Pawn Stars on Rt. 20 in West Sheridan. They had with them two orange 24-inch bar Husquvarna model 372 saw and one red and black 24-inch bar Johnsered model 2671 saw.

Both days, Pawn Stars turned them away because they did not believe the men legitimately owned the saws. Deputies believe they belong to a victim in Ripley.

The older man seen in the pictures did not speak and the younger man spoke broken English.

Anyone with information on their identities is asked to call 716-753-2131.