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suspect photosAuto Breaking/Fraud Suspects

Greenville Police are looking for information about three suspects from an auto breaking and credit card theft that occurred Feb. 4, at the parking lot outside of Macy's, 700 Haywood Road. More Photos

robbery suspect photoRobbery Suspect Sought

Greenville Police are looking for information about a suspect from a Jan. 23 robbery at a Spinx service station located at 3000 Augusta Street. The incident occurred at about 10:10 pm. The suspect is described as a B/M, 5’4” to 5’5”, 120 to 130 lbs and 20 to 30 years of age. More Photos

Burglary suspectPine Forest Drive Burglary Suspect

Greenville Police are asking for assistance identifying a man in connection with a recent home burglary on Pine Forest Drive. If anyone recognizes this person please contact the Greenville Police Department Tip Line at 864-271-GCPD (4273) or Greenville Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.

 

robbery suspectWoman Sought for Citgo Robbery

Greenville Police are looking for a black heavy-set woman in connection with a Dec. 27 robbery at Citgo on Pleasantburg Street. More Info

 

image of someone texting on a mobile devicePolice Debut New 'Text to 911' Service

If you live in Greenville, you now can call or text 911. Last month, the Greenville County Sheriff's Office was the first in the state to introduce the 'Text to 911' feature and now the Greenville Police Department is capable of receiving those messages as well. Currently this service is limited to Verizon Wireless customers. However, other major cell phone carriers have agreed to be on board by May 2014. As always, the best way to get a fast response from emergency services is to dial 911 and talk to a dispatcher directly. Texting is an alternative for people with speech or hearing impairments, or as a viable alternative when a call may place someone in jeopardy.