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2/11/2014 - Fraud
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This week Crime Stoppers and the Rock Hill Police Department need your assistance in identifying two indiviudals involved in a credit card scam.

According to the incident report on February 6th, 2014 at approximately 5:30pm these two individuals attempted to purchase various items from Northern Tools, located at 2146 Stanton Drive, in Rock Hill, SC.

The man is described as a white male with a european accent and attempted to purchase a plasma cutter and a generator, both valued at a total of $2800.00 dollars. When the clerk ran the credit card, the card was declined as being stolen. The man was able to get away with the plasma cutter, but not the generator. It is believed this same credit card was used at various other places throughout Rock Hill. The man drove away in the van that is shown.

If you know these people or if you have any information that can assist authorities in this investigation, you are urged to contact Crime Stoppers. You can do so by calling 1-877-409-4321 or by going online to yorkcrimestoppers.com.

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1/15/2014 - Homicide Investigation

Crime Stoppers, along with the Fort Mill Police Department needs your assistance with the recent double homicide within their jurisdiction.

On December 14th, 2013 at approximately 11:40pm, officers from the Fort Mill Police Department responded to the Fort Mill National Guard, located at 276 Munn Road. Upon arrival officers discovered a large party that was being hosted by a motorcycle club. The incident resulted in two individuals that had gunshot wounds. Both of these individuals died as a result of the wounds. If you have any information that can assist in this investigation, you are urged to call Crime Stoppers.

The police department needs the public’s assistance with this unnecessary crime. If you can assist in this investigation you are urged to contact Crime Stoppers via this website or by calling 1-877-409-4321.

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11/6/2013 - Need to Identify-Person of Interest
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Take a look at this picture and see if you can recognize this person. According to the incident report, on October 22nd, 2013 a victim mistakenly left her ATM card at the machine at the Bank of America, located at 1709 Heckle Blvd in Rock Hill, SC.

The person shown here, only considered a person of interest or a witness at this point, may have taken the ATM card, unknowingly. As you can tell the person shown here is a black female, in a dark colored four door vehicle.

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8/7/2013 - Shoplifting, Wal-Mart-Tega Cay
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This week Crime Stoppers needs your assistance into identifying the persons shown here.

According to the incident report, on July 21st, 2013 at approximately 8:30pm, the individuals shown here, are responsible for stealing more than $3,300 worth of diabetic test strips and damaging the keeper cases that the strips were in, at the Wal-Mart, located at 1151 Stonecrest Boulevard, in Tega Cay.

As you can tell the persons shown are two black males and one black female. One male is wearing a white t-shirt with camoflouge pants and the other is wearing a white t-shirt with orange shorts. The female is wearing an orange colored shirt with what appears to be multi-colored pants. All three suspects are recognizable and Crime Stoppers is hoping someone recognizes at least one of them. The vehicle the suspects left in, appeared to be a gray in color Chevrolet Impala. 

 

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7/31/2013 - Shoplifting, Publix Grocery Store, Fort Mill, SC
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According to multiple incident reports, these two individuals were seen in the Publix Grocery Store in Fort Mill, SC shoplifting some items. The incidents occurred on both July 15th and July 16th, 2013. The majority of the items stolen is health and beauty related products.

As you can tell, one white female is wearing a distinctive pink tank top and glasses. The other white female wearing a United States of America T-shirt, and a gray ball cap.

If you can assist into identifying these individuals or can assist in the investigation, you are urged to leave a tip. 

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7/24/2013 - Burglary/Grand Larceny Investigation
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Crime Stoppers and officers throughout the area need your assistance in providing any information regarding a burglary and grand larceny investigation at the Lowe’s in York, SC.

According to the report, on July 11th, 2013, at approximately 1:00am, three individuals were captured on surveillance video breaking into the Lowe’s of York and stealing a John Deere Zero Turn Lawn Mowers, valued at approximately $4,000.00.

The truck was pulling a flatbed trailer and the truck appears to be a Ford F-150, older model, possibly a 1992-1996 Supercab, with running boards.

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7/3/2013 - Armed Robbery
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Can you help identify this man?

This week Crime Stoppers is hoping you can assist authorities into the investigation of an armed robbery.        

According to the incident report, on June 12th, 2013, the person you see in this surveillance photos robbed Ly Ly’s Kitchen, located at 6034 Charlotte Hwy in Lake Wylie.

The unknown person is a male subject and is approximately 6’ tall and weighs approximately 160 pounds. This subject is facing serious consequences and he needs to be identified and apprehended. The subject did display a gun and stole approximately $225.00 dollars’ worth of items, including a cigarillo case. The subject is wearing all black and what appears to be purple latex gloves.   

 

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6/26/2013 - Need To IdentifyARRESTED
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This week Crime Stoppers is hoping you can assist in the identification and eventual apprehension of some persons brazen enough to steal roofing materials from a construction site.

As you can tell, the picture is unclear but we hope that someone recognizes the people or perhaps saw something in the area that they believe was a little suspicious and caught their attention. 

On June 14, 2013, at approximately 11:00pm, roofing materials which consisted of 37 rolls of various roofing felt and 20 squares of shingles were stolen in a subdivision near Gates Mill Drive in Fort Mill, SC. This area is near Hwy 160 at the county line.

Every day, officers around our area actively search for persons who commit this type of offense. These persons need to be identified and arrested. Hopefully someone recognizes these persons or maybe someone has come home with roofing materials that doesn’t belong to them. If you can assist officers in this investigation, you are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-877-409-4321 or by going online to yorkcrimestoppers.com. Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward.

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6/19/2013 - Burglary Investigation, Mower Theft
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Mower Theft

This week Crime Stoppers and the York Police Department need your assistance in locating a Gravely Zero Turn Lawn Mower.

According to the report, between June 8th and 10th, the mower was stolen from Boyd’s Tire and Appliance, located at 124 S. Congress St, in York. The mower has a 62 inch deck and is primarily red in color, with a black engine and black seats.

 

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6/5/2013 - Multiple Shoplifting Incidents
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Repeat Offender!!

This man needs to be identified and apprehended. This man is suspected in the shoplifting of numerous bottles of alcohol from various locations throughout York County. In the latest incident, on May 25th, at approximately 4:15 pm, the man entered the O’Darby’s on Riverchase Blvd and concealed two bottles of Grey Goose Vodka down his pants. The clerk approached the man and advised that he knew he had taken some vodka. After following the man outside, the clerk was able to get one bottle of vodka back, but the suspect drove away with the other bottle.

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