Two people have been arrested but a third suspect remains at large in connection to a robbery at a Subway restaurant in Greenville.
Police say they are looking for 22-year-old Terrence Manning of Faulk St. in Williamston for his suspected role in the break-in at the Subway Restaurant on East 10th St. in Greenville on December 1.
Two suspects have surrendered to police. 22-year-old Antwone Clyburn and 19-year-old Quayshawn Witherspoon, both of Pirates Place Apartments, turned themselves in Monday.
Detectives say they reviewed security video, which revealed Manning and Witherspoon took money from the safe at Subway. They say they later learned Clyburn, an employee at Subway at the time, was also involved.
Witherspoon and Clyburn have been charged with one count each of Conspiracy to Commit a Breaking & Entering, Breaking & Entering a Business, and Larceny after a Breaking and Entering. Police are still looking for Terence Manning on charges of Conspiracy, Breaking & Entering a Business, Safecracking, and Larceny after a Breaking & Entering.
Anyone having information regarding the whereabouts of Terence Manning is encouraged to call Pitt/Greenville Crime Stoppers.
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