A man who was captured on camera cashing in stolen lottery tickets has been busted.
Two weeks ago Greenville police released photos of the man who is accused of stealing $350 worth of tickets last month from the Trade Mart on North Greene Street. The photos were from the Sheetz just hours after the break-in as the man cashed in the winning tickets.
A CrimeStoppers tip led police to Bobby Ray Grizzard of Greenville. The 40-year-old man is charged with the February 2nd break-in and theft of the lottery tickets. He's being held in the Beaufort County jail.
Police are on the hunt for a man who stole hundreds of state lottery tickets.
Greenville police have released photographs of the man cashing in a winning stolen ticket. That happened at the Sheetz on East 10th Street.
Police say $350 worth of tickets were stolen on February 2nd from the Trade Mart on North Greene Street after a break-in. The man is seen driving a mid-1980s Chevrolet Cavalier hatchback and went to the Sheetz just hours later to cash in.
Police had circulated these photos to area law enforcement agencies, but so far they've had no luck in identifying the man. Now police are turning to the public for their help.
To view the surveillance pictures, click the PHOTOS tab at the top of the story
Anyone who can identify the man is asked to the GPD Property Crimes Unit at 252-329-4356. Pitt Greenville CrimeStoppers will pay a reward for information that leads to an arrest in this case. Call CrimeStoppers at 252-758-7777.
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