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Unsolved Crimes

Area law enforcement agencies submit unsolved crimes to Crime Stoppers in an effort to obtain information that could help close the case.

Below you will see a number of cases submitted by officers; at the bottom of each page is a “next” button that will take you to more unsolved crimes. Be sure to check out the videos and some the photographs can be enlarged by clicking on them.

If you can help solve any of these crimes, call Crime Stoppers at 1-877-409-4321, or use the anonymous email available on this web site


1/31/2014 - Fatal Hit and Run
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On January 31, 2014 just after 11:00 pm, a passerby found Eric Jay Joseph , laying off the roadway near the corner of Soulsville Rd. and Stan Stella Rd. in Rock Hill.

Joseph was unconscious with injuries to the face and head. 

Joseph sucumbed to his injuries and died a week later.

Mr. Joseph was 49 years old and sometimes went by the nicknames of either “E” or “E.J.”.

Any information contact Crime Stoppers or the South Carolina Highway Patrol.

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1/30/2014 - Armed Robbery
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On January 30th, 2014 at approximately 9:35 pm a black male wearing a monkey type mask, a grey hoodie over a red shirt, black pants & red shoes with white soles, robbed The Kangaroo located at 2165 Ebenezer Road in Rock Hill armed with a knife.

The suspect only took money from the register, 25 rolls of pennies & the clerk’s wallet. 

After pleading with the suspect to let her keep her debit card, he gave it back to her, and told her “it was her lucky day” then fled the store.

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12/19/2013 - Check Fraud Suspect
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The person in the photographs is wanted for questioning in a check fraud case.

It is believed the person stole a victim’s checks & used them to purchase more than $2,000 worth of items at various businesses in York County.

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7/14/2012 - Stolen Kawasaki Mules
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The Rock Hill Police Department needs your assistance is locating two Kawasaki Mule all terrain vehicles. According to the report, during the night of July 13th-14th, Wilson’s Nursery, located at 925 West Main Street had two of these all terrain vehicles stolen.

These vehicles are distinctive and should be easily recognized. The Mules are green in color, Kawasaki brand, with a large canopy on the top, giving them the appearance of a large golf cart, truck hybrid. The back of the Mules have a small truck bed type appearance, capable of carrying small items. The approximate value of the two Mules is estimated to be $10,000 dollars.

If you have any information that can assist officers in this investigation, you are urged to call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321.   You can also send an email tip 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 of up to $1000.

 

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7/7/2012 - Fatal Hit and Run
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Crime Stoppers and the York Police Department are asking for your assistance with a hit and run accident, which resulted in the death of William L. Hayes, of York. The incident occurred early Saturday morning, July 7th, 2012. Mr. Hayes was found lying in the road on New Street, between Hill Street and Congress Street, in York, SC.

Mr. Hayes was found by a passerby at approximately 4:45am. The investigation continues and officers are urging for anyone who may have seen this crime or have any information that can assist in this investigation to come forward.  Even if what you believe might be an insignificant detail, could be the lead that helps solve this senseless crime.

If you have any information that can assist officers in this investigation, you are urged to call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321.   You can also send an email tip 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 of up to $1000.

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5/21/2012 - Fort Mill Harris Teeter Robbery
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Can you identify?

Crime Stoppers is hoping you can assist officers in identifying the men shown in this surveillance photo.

Take a good look at this surveillance photo. According to the incident report, on May 21st, at approximately 10:00pm, two men entered the Harris Teeter located at 1754 Hwy 160, in Fort Mill, SC.

The suspects forced their way into the business, armed with handguns, demanding money. The suspects did threaten and ultimately robbed the store of money. Once receiving the money, the suspects did flee the business on foot.

If you can assist officers in identifying the men shown in these photos, or if you have any information that can assist officers in this investigation, you are urged to call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321.   You can also send an email tip 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 of up to $1000.

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2/6/2012 - Ouzo`s Pizza Burglary
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Crime Stoppers is hoping you can help officers identify the man shown in the surveillance pictures.

Around 1:00am on February 6th, 2012, Ouzo’s Pizza on Celanese Road, in Rock Hill, SC was burglarized. An unknown white male, wearing a blue jacket, blue hat, and a blue bandana entered the business after hours. The suspect damaged the business and also stole money.

If you can identify the man in the photos or if you know who is responsible for this crime, please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321.  

To send an anonymous tip, go online to yorkcrimestoppers.com.

Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

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1/26/2012 - Couple Steals Credit Cards from Elderly Lady
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Take a good look at these surveillance images to see if you can help identify two people who, according to the investigation, stole credit cards from an elderly victim.

On January 17, 2012, the victim in this case was shopping at a Rock Department store when she was distracted by the female shown in the surveillance pictures. As the victim was being distracted, the male suspect then went into the victim’s purse as her purse sat in a shopping cart. The suspect stole credit cards out of the purse and the credit cards were later used at several stores to make purchases in excess of $2,000.

The suspects are described as being a Hispanic male and a Hispanic female; the surveillance images are pretty good in this case and the people shown should be easily recognizable. If you know who they are call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321, or go online to yorkcrimestoppers.com to send an anonymous email. When you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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1/24/2012 - Shell Gas Station Shoplifter
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Crime Stoppers is hoping you can help identify a man who entered the Shell Gas Station on Gold Hill Road.  Take a good look at these surveillance pictures to see if you can help.

According to the incident report, on January 9, 2012 at approximately 9:13 PM an unknown black male wearing all black entered the station and took a 12 pack of Bud Light Beer and a 4 pack of Monster Energy drinks without paying.  When confronted by the store clerk, the suspect jumped into a black GMC SUV with the items.  When the suspect noticed the clerk on the phone, he reentered the station and made verbal threats.

If you can identify the man in the photos or if you know who is responsible for this crime, please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321 or send an anonymous tip by using the "Give a Tip" button. Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

 

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1/4/2012 - Arson to the historic White House
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Detectives are hoping to solve a suspicious fire that occurred on Saturday, December 31, 2011 at approximately at 1:33 AM at 258 East White Street ,the historic White Home in Rock Hill, South Carolina. 

According to the incident report, the responding officer noticed flames coming from a rear window.  Upon further investigation, officers found that an unknown person threw a rock through a rear window and placed a Christmas wreath on a chair inside.  The suspect then set fire to the home.  The estimated damage to the historic White Home approximated $2500.

Detectives are asking, if anybody has any information on this suspicious fire or if you know who is responsible for the fire, please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321, or to send an anonymous tip use the "Give a Tip" button.  Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

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1/2/2012 - Stolen Credit Cards and Checks
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Crime Stoppers is hoping you can help officers identify a woman who used stolen credit cards and a check to make purchases from local department stores in Rock Hill, South Carolina.   

On December 20, 2011 Rock Hill officers reported that a woman reported her wallet missing out of Camden SC.   The victim stated that the last time she saw her wallet was on December 11, 2011. 

Take a good look at these surveillance pictures to see if you can help.  The person shown in these surveillance images is believed to be the person who used the stolen credit card and check.

If you can identify the woman in the photos or if you know who is responsible for this crime, please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321, or to send an anonymous tip by using the "Give a Tip" button.

Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

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1/2/2012 - Shooting at Club Cascade

Around 1:00 AM, Saturday, December 25, 2011, two people were shot and seriously wounded at Club Cascade.

Many people witnessed the shooting and investigators need help identifying the shooter. Investigators want to talk with anyone who witnessed the shooting and they want to talk to anyone who has cell phone pictures or videos taken at the club the night of the shooting.

If you can help, call the Crime Stoppers tip-line at-1-877-409-4321 or you can send an anonymous tip by using the "Give a Tip" button.  You can also submit pictures to Crime Stoppers. When you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name, the phone call is not recorded or traced and emails are always anonymous. A reward of up to $1,000 is offered in this and other cases.

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1/2/2012 - Stolen Trailer
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On October 12, 2011 officers responded to Cherry Road in reference to a larceny of a 10-15 ft long, black in color 4 wheel trailer loaded with landscape equipment. 

The victim, also the owner of the landscaping company stated that he left his trailer and equipment at the job site in front of the Super Bilo.  When he returned to the site, he found that the trailer and equipment were missing.   Some of the items on the trailer include: a red in color Dingo Tractor, tractor bucket, three augurs, a trencher, and tiller. 

If you know who is responsible for this larceny, please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321, or to send an anonymous tip by using the "Give a Tip" button. Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

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12/17/2011 - Hit & Run at Lowry`s Christmas Parade
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Officers are hoping to solve a “hit and run” that occurred after the Lowry’s Christmas Parade in Chester South Carolina.

On December 17, 2011 at approximately 3:15 PM a Chester County deputy was struck by a white Ford Dually four door pickup truck pulling a faded white horse trailer on Old York Road and Charity Road in Chester South Carolina.  When the pick-up truck attempted to make a left onto Charity Road, the horse trailer struck the deputy’s right leg causing a hairline fracture.

 

The pickup truck and horse trailer continued on and left the scene; however, according to the deputy and the witnesses to the collision, the driver may have been unaware that she had struck the deputy.

 

Officers believe that the driver of the pickup truck is a white female in her 40’s with blond hair.  A small girl with brown hair sat in the passenger seat.  The female driver is believed to be from the York County area.

 

If you were the driver of the truck or know who is responsible for the “hit and run,” please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321,  or to send an anonymous tip by using the "Give a Tip" button.

Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

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12/14/2011 - Winthrop Student Assaulted
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 Detectives are hoping to solve a sexual assault that occurred at 630 Rose Street, in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

On December 14, 2011, around 2 AM, a female Winthrop University student was approached by a black male approximately 5`07", 140 pounds, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, dark jeans, and a black skull cap. The attacker kidnapped the female student at knife point, forced her to drive to another location and then sexually assaulted her.

If you can identify the man in the composite drawing or if you know who is responsible for the senseless act, please call the tip-line at 1-877-409-4321, or send an anonymous email tip using the “Give a tip” button on this website. Remember, when you contact Crime Stoppers, you never have to give your name and you could earn a cash reward of up to $1000.

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