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Greenville Police Looking For Someone Who Broke Into A Vehicle

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Surveillance Photo from Greenville Police Dept. Surveillance Photo from Greenville Police Dept.
Surveillance Photo from Greenville Police Dept. Surveillance Photo from Greenville Police Dept.
Greenville Police say this was the vehicle the person they say broke into a vehicle and stole a credit card was driving. Suspect  Was In.  Surveillance Photo from Greenville Police Dept. Greenville Police say this was the vehicle the person they say broke into a vehicle and stole a credit card was driving. Suspect Was In. Surveillance Photo from Greenville Police Dept.
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

The Greenville Police Department needs your help identifying a woman they say broke into a vehicle and used a stolen credit card.

Police say the auto breaking happened at 230 Pelham Road sometime on May 26th, where they say a credit card was one of the items taken from the vehicle.  They say the card was used at the Lil' Cricket on White Horse Road in Greenville County.

Police have these surveillance photos taken of the woman they say used the card and the vehicle that she was in at the time.

Police ask if you recognize this person or know where she can be found, call Greenville Police at (864) 271-GCPD or Greenville Crime Stoppers at (864) 23-CRIME. 

 

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