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5/5/2017 - Stolen Dump Trailer
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A 2003 Ken W Rodgers 24 foot Dump trailer was stolen from Stevenson-Weir Inc near the 1500 block of South Anderson Road sometime between April 28th & 29th –

This is a pretty large trailer not the one you haul your home garbage to the garbage centers with.  Whoever stole this trailer had to have a tractor trailer rig to pull it off. The trailer is white in color.

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5/4/2017 - What would you do for a Klondike Bar
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When you hear this one you’re really going to think this is totally made up, we promise it’s the truth….

On May 4, 2017, a suspect shoplifted a tasty Klondike Bar from the Family Dollar at 122 Kings Mountain Street Clover, South Carolina after he grabbed the tasty frozen treat he stole a vehicle from the parking lot. 

This vehicle was not a brand new BMW or something it was a beater truck left on using a screw driver as the ignition key.  As you would guess the suspect drove the vehicle a short distance and ran away on foot. OH but he was not done yet…. As the Klondike Bar (We are speculating here) started to melt he also attempting to steal a second vehicle to no avail.

If you can ID this person please call 1-877-409-4321 or click solve this crime.

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4/12/2017 - Guitar Theif
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On April 8th 2017 - this person pictured walked into the Woody’s music in Tega Cay and asked to see a guitar – a $2,500 PRS guitar model P22 Black and Gold finish. 

When the employees at Woody`s offered to plug the guitar into an amplifier for the man to play the instrument - the suspect ran out the front door with the guitar.  He got into a 90’s late model Chevy Silverado Truck.

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4/3/2017 - Pizza Delivery Armed RobberyARRESTED
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On March 30th 2017 around 11:30 PM a Domino’s Pizza Delivery driver dropped off a pizza to the Courtyard Dorms on Winthrop University`s campus. 

After the victim delivered his pizza he was sitting in his vehicle when two black male suspects wearing hoodie jackets approached him. 

One put a gun to the victim’s face while the other came through the passenger side and punched him.  The thieves ran away with only $37 dollars and an iPhone towards Stewart Avenue.

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3/28/2017 - Gift Card Fraud
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York Police are looking for four people described as black males who are possibly connected with a theft and Financial Transaction Card Fraud from Walmart and Walgreens in York.

The suspects illegally loaded $9,500 worth of money on cloned visa gift cards. They all got away in a 4 door Chevy or Ford sedan.

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3/27/2017 - WANTED: Attempted Murder Suspects
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WANTED: Rock Hill Police are looking for two people for attempted murder charges. Keon Arquis Davis & Alliah Renee Draper.

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On March 25th at the 300 block of Green St. in Rock Hill, Davis was driving a car and pulled up next to the victim`s car while Draper fired several shots into the back window and driver’s side door then sped off. The victim is OK.
Davis has two outstanding warrants with the York County Sheriff’s Office for failure to appear in court Please call Crime Stoppers if you can help locate these people. #YoCoCrime

 

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2/14/2017 - Fort Mill Check Fraud
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Fort Mill PD is looking to ID two suspects in who purchased 210 dollar’s worth of gift cards with stolen credit card data. The incident took place back on December 31st at the Food Lion on Highway 160 in Fort Mill. 

Take a look at these people - The suspects are 2 black males one with Dred lock hair and a beard - the other wearing glasses and has a beard.

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2/13/2017 - Winthrop University Check Fraud Suspects
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Winthrop Police need to ID check fraud suspects. Between January 6th and 23rd, three people used fake checks to defraud and shoplift items from Barnes and Noble at Winthrop University

The trio defrauded the store of more than $4,000 worth of items. This first suspect has been identified, but Winthrop PD needs help figuring out who these two people are. 

This suspect looks like a female but actually is a man dressed as a woman.  The third suspect  right here is about 6 feet tall and 190 pounds.

Call Crime Stoppers 1-877-409-4321

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2/10/2017 - Vandalism Suspects

On Feb 1st, 2017 at 2:41am the people in this video forced open the gate at the Hands Mill gated neighborhood Pinnacle Way off Hwy 274.   

The driver of the vehicle has been IDed but the 3 other suspects have not. They are 2 males and one female.  The 3 pushed open the secure gate damaging the gate and the piston arms. ($2000)

If you can Identify these people please call #CrimeStoppers of York County 1-877-409-4321 or Det. Strickland at 803-628-3059.

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1/18/2017 - Burglary Suspect on Camera
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This case shows investing into a home security camera system can come in handy.

Rock Hill PD is trying to identify a juvenile male around the age of 14 - with dark hair and glasses.  Back on December 27th just before 7:30 in the morning, this person broke into a home off Cascade Avenue in Rock Hill. 

It appears this person didn’t take anything in the house before the alarm scared him off, but that still doesn’t make it OK. 

Call Crime Stoppers if you can tell us who this kid may be.

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