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4/1/2015 - WANTED: Tony Joe Parker
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York County Detectives have obtained warrants on Tony Joe Parker who failed to register as a sex offender as he is required to do by South Carolina state law.  This is Parker’s second offense for failing to register as a sex offender with the York County Sheriff’s Office.

Parker also has warrants from South Carolina Probation, Pardon, and Parole for willfully cutting off his ankle monitoring bracelet.

Tony Joe Parker is a 45-year-old white male, 5 feet 11 inches tall, approximately 160 pounds, with gray or partially gray hair.  He has a tattoo on his neck, left hand and fingers.

If anyone knows where York County Detectives can locate Tony Joe Parker you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers of York County at 1-877-409-4321 or the York County Sheriff’s Office at 803-628-3059.

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3/27/2015 - $15,000 of iPhones Stolen
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York County Sheriff’s Detectives need help identifying a suspect in a theft of $15,000 worth of iPhone 6’s.

On 3/25/2015 2 black males entered the Walmart located in Lake Wylie at approx.11:02pm and stayed in the store for almost an hour. One subject distracted the clerk while the other was able to get into the electronics case and took 20 I-phone 6’s & 6 Pluses, total value of $15,000.

The subjects left in a burgundy 4 door sedan that appears to be a Dodge Stratus operated by a black driver (unknown gender) wearing a white t-shirt.

Contact Detective Tracy Strickland at 803-628-3104 or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-409-4321 or Click SOLVE THIS CRIME if you have any information.

VIDEO: Suspects steal $15K of iPhones

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3/20/2015 - Times Turn Around Burglary

York County Detectives are working to identify two people who used landscaping rocks to break the glass door at the Times Turn Around convenience store on Highway 21 in Fort Mill. The thieves stole the cash registers and caused $600 damage to the door.

Call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-409-4321 or click Solve this Crime.

VIDEO: Times Turn Around Burglary

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3/18/2015 - Norman Hege Jewelery Burglary

Around 12:30am on 3/18/15, two suspects masked and wearing gloves used a large rock to smash the front door glass to Norman Hege Jewelers and take jewelry from the display cases.

If you have any information Call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-409-4321 or click Solve this Crime.

VIDEO: Norman Hege Burglary

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3/3/2015 - Gamestop Robbery Suspect
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The Rock Hill Police Department is trying to identify this person in connection with a Robbery from the Gamestop at 526 John Ross Pkwy in Rock Hill.

The suspect is a black male wearing a surgical mask over his face, wearing a red Huston Astros Hat. 

If you know this person, you`re asked to call Crime Stoppers of York County at 1-877-409-4321 or click SOLVE THIS CRIME.

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2/26/2015 - Shoplifting & Return Fraud Suspects
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RHPD is looking for these two shoplifters-return fraud suspects from an incident on 2/9/15 at Wal-Mart on Dave Lyle Blvd. If you have any information, click SOLVE THIS CRIME below. 

The suspect vehicle was a gold, 2000`s model Honda Accord.

Reference case 1502090394.

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2/25/2015 - Medora Ln Ft. Mill Burglary Suspect
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York County Sheriff’s Detectives need help identifying a suspect in a burglary case.

On Sunday, February 22, 2015, at approximately 10:15 am, the pictured individual entered a residence under construction on Medora Ln., in Fort. Mill, and stole three extension cords; a pink in color 100’ 12-gauge power cord with lighted ends; and a 21 gallon Campbell Hausfeld air compressor (black in color).

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2/9/2015 - York Shoplifter
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The York Police Department needs your assistance with a shoplifting incident. On February 4th, shortly after midnight, the person pictured  is believed to have stolen a Samsung Galaxy 3 phone, valued at approximately $250 dollars worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart, located at 970 E. Liberty Street, in York, SC.

It is believed the person left in a tan 4-door vehicle. The person is believed to be a white male and is wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt.

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2/4/2015 - Fort Mill Kangaroo Mart Armed Robbery
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On February 01, 2015 at approximately 3:45 am an unknown black male wearing a blue zip up hoddie with hood on walks into the Kangaroo located 3473 Highway 21, Fort Mill, County of York, SC.  The male subject is described as a black male, approxiamtely 5`08-5`10", blue jeans, blue zip up hoodie. 

The male tells the clerk, that he has a gun and to give him the money from the register. The clerk hands him all the money from the register and when told goes to the second register to remove the money from it. The male subject never showed a weapon to the clerk.  

Investigators believe this may be the same suspect from an armed Robbery at the Sam’s Mart in Fort Mill on January 28th.  If you know this person or have any information about this Crime you’re asked to call Crime Stoppers of York County at 1-877-409-4321 or click on SOLVE THIS CRIME

VIDEO: Kangaroo Mart (Ft Mill) Robbery Suspect

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2/4/2015 - Rock Hill Subway Aremed Robbery
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At approximately 7:30 am on Feb 4th 2015, this individual described as a Black Male, wearing a Blue Hooded Sweat Shirt, robbed the Subway on Cherry Road in Rock Hill. 

Detectives with the Rock Hill Police and York Co. Sheriff`s Office believe this may be the same person involved in two armed robberies in Fort Mill on January 28th and February 1st.  

VIDEO: Rock Hill Subway Armed Robbery

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