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10/27/2014 - Fort Mill Walgreens Shoplifting
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York County Detectives need assistance in identifying two people involved in a shoplifting case.

On Monday, October 20, 2014, the two individuals entered the Walgreens located at 1716 Pleasant Rd., Fort Mill, and stole 19 boxes of over the counter medications.

If you recognize the suspects pictured above contact Det. Otis Whistine at 803-628-3059 or anonymously at Crime Stoppers of York County 1-877-409-4321

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10/16/2014 - Eshaan Jewlers Burglary
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On October 16th 2014 Eshaan Jewlers at 3581 Andrew L Tucker Rd in Fort Mill was burglarized.  The incident took place just before 4:00 am.  The suspects smashed in the rear brick wall of the business.  Once inside the suspects stole approximately $33,000 worth of Jewelry.  There were three known suspects. If you can identify these suspects or have any information about this burglary you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers of York County at 1-877-409-4321 or submit a tip online to yorkcrimestoppers.com. You don’t have to give your name and you could earn a reward.

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10/14/2014 - Burglary Investsigation
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Crime Stoppers & the Rock Hill Police Department need your assistance regarding a burglary to a business.

According to the investigators, during the evening hours & over into the morning of September 5th and September 6th, Credit Automotive, located at 146 N. Wilson St, in Rock Hill was burglarized.

The suspect left blood near the point of entry so hopefully someone knows who this might have been, in or around this business. The suspect did approximately $200 in damages to the business.


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10/13/2014 - Arson Investigation
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The York County Sheriff’s Office needs your assistance with a cold case investigation regarding a suspicious arson.

On September 29th, 2013 at approximately 8:00pm at the intersection of McGill Road & McKnight Rd near Smyrna, a person reported a semi-tractor was on fire at this intersection. 
Investigators have spent countless hours combing through the evidence in this case & need your assistance bringing forward the persons responsible.

The semi-tractor was a total loss, in the amount of approximately $10,000.00 dollars. 

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9/4/2014 - $30,000 Clover metal theft
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Surveillance cameras caught two suspected metal thieves returning to the scene of a crime attempting to steal more metal, electrical breakers and like items from a Clover, SC business.  Southbend Industrial, Inc. owners reported a theft of metal from their business between August 1, 2014 and September 1 2014. 

After the original theft business owners installed new cameras and caught two individuals attempting to break into storage container on the business property.  The suspects were on caught on camera on Sept 1st 2014 at approximately 9:30 pm

In the original theft the suspects stole 28 electrical circuit breakers, valued at $29,287.


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8/25/2014 - Tega Cay Aug. 25 Shoplifing
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Tega Cay Police needs your assistance in identifying the persons shown here.

On August 25th, 2014.Surveillance cameras caught these four people shoplifting items from Wal-Mart, located at 1151 Stonecrest Boulevard in Tega Cay.

The unknown persons did shoplift 13 cell phones, with an approximate value of $1,800.

The suspects also left in a vehicle, appearing to be a white in color four door hatchback type vehicle.

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8/11/2014 - Salvage Larceny Suspect
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York County Deputies need your assistance in identifying a larceny suspect. Sometime between August 3 and August 4, 2014, an unknown black male with dreadlock entered the M&W auto salvage yard near Clover in York County and stole numerous items; tire rims and car parts valued at more than $5,000.

If anyone has any information as to who may have committed this crime they’re asked to contact the York County Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers of York County 1-877-409-4321.

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8/6/2014 - Tega Cay Aug. 6th Shoplifting
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Tega Cay Officers need your assistance into identifying the persons shown here. This incident occurred on August 6th, 2014.

Surveillance cameras caught this person shoplifting items from Wal-Mart, located at 1151 Stonecrest Blvd. in Tega Cay.

The suspect person did shoplift a computer and a cookware set, valued at approximately $777.

The unknown persons also left in the vehicle pictured here, appearing to be a white in color four door vehicle.

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7/31/2014 - Fake heating repairman steals money from store
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The Rock Hill Police Dept. needs assistance identifying a suspect in a theft of $3,364 from the Quick C Exxon at 2696 Cherry Rd Rock Hill.

On July 31, 2014 the person in the photo entered the store, claiming to be a representative of a heating company, needing to look at the heating units. Instead of doing this, the person removed $3364.00 from the registers.

The suspect is a white male, approximately 40-45 years of age and was wearing a black sleeveless t-shirt, blue jean shorts, & was covered in tattoos on both arms.

The vehicle pictured here is the vehicle the person was driving and it appears to be gray in color Dodge four-door pick-up truck.

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7/8/2014 - Jewelry Theft
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On July 8th 2014 a victim reported $18,885 worth of jewelry was stolen from her home in Rock Hill. 

If you can identify the items pictured or know who may have been inolved in this theft call Crime Stoppers or ***CLICK HERE***

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