Suspects Sought for Auto Breaking and Credit Card Theft
Greenville Police are seeking information about two people in connection to a May 17 auto breaking at Sally Beauty Supply, 30 Orchard park Drive. The victim left the vehicle unlocked and her wallet was taken from the vehicle. Credit cards were immediately being used. Photographs (at left) obtained from the Wal-Mart and Watson Village shopping center in Anderson shows the suspects using the credit cards. If anyone knows the identity of the subjects or the location they are asked to call the Greenville Police at 864-271-GCPD (4273) or Greenville Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.
Suspect Sought in Vehicle Theft from Spinx at Pendleton Street
Police are asking the public for help identifying a man who took a Nissan Quest van from the parking lot of the Spinx gas station at 1103 Pendleton Street on Friday, June 7, 2013. The van was later recovered, however the identity of the thief remains unknown. Anyone with information on the identity or location of the suspect they are asked to call the Greenville Police Tip Line at 864-271-GCPD (4273) or Greenville Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.
Police Seek Assistance to Identify Voyeurism Suspect
Greenville Police need your help to identify a while male (photo at left) suspected of voyeurism on April 18 at the BI-LO on Verdae. The suspect began taking pictures up the skirt of a female customer as she was walking down the aisle. When she discovered this and confronted him he fled from the scene. Security cameras produced photos of the suspect and of the vehicle. If anyone has any information they are asked to call the Greenville Police Tip Line at 864-271-GCPD (4273) or Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.
Malicious Damage to Electrical Wires on Main Street
Investigators with the Greenville Police Department are looking into malicious damage done downtown. Recently, someone cut the electrical wires on the trees located on Main Street. Cords on as many as twelve trees were damaged and taken. The value is estimated to be approximately $1500. Anyone with information is asked to call The Greenville Police Tip Line at 864-271-GCPD (4273) or Greenville Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.