Suspects In Car Break-In Spree Caught On Camera

Police say they have obtained surveillance photos of two people who are suspects in this past weekend's rash of car break-ins in one Greenville neighborhood.

Police say 23 cars were broken into around the East 14th Street corridor Saturday and Sunday. They say in almost every case thieves targeted unlocked cars.

The photos are from April 13 and 15th between 2:00 and 5:00 a.m. at the Greenville Teen Center. The two broke into the concession stand on April 13th and again on April 15th when the car break-ins happened.

Police say the two appear to be teens, one is considerably taller than the other. The taller teen appears to be about 6' tall with dark hair, wearing basketball shorts with a white stripe on the side, a long sleeve shirt and a backpack.

The shorter teen is about 5’ tall, and seen wearing dark pants, possibly shorts, a long sleeve shirt, and he appears to be wearing a baseball hat.

Anyone who can identify the two people in the photographs is asked to call the Greenville Police Department at 252-329-4315.


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A rash of car break-ins this weekend in one section of Greenville has police warning drivers to lock their vehicles.

Police say 23 cars were broken into around the East 14th Street corridor Saturday and Sunday. They say in almost every case thieves targeted unlocked cars.

Taken were valuable electronics, purses, wallets and other items. In some cases the stolen purses and wallets were found thrown away after thieves removed any money or credit cards.

So far no one has been arrested in the thefts and police remind residents they should always lock their vehicles, never leave valuables in plain view and always park their car in a busy, well-lighted area if possible.


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