Greenville Police I.D. Attempted Murder Suspect - WSPA.com

Greenville Police I.D. Attempted Murder Suspect

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Rosa Anjela Aguilera (2010 photo) Rosa Anjela Aguilera (2010 photo)
Greenville Police released this photo from a Dillard's security camera of the suspect Greenville Police released this photo from a Dillard's security camera of the suspect
Greenville Police have identified a woman they say shoplifted from Haywood Mall and nearly ran over a security officer.

Investigators are trying to find Rosa Anjela Aguilera, 32, for a charge of armed robbery and attempted murder. GPD investigators released a previous photo of Aguilera from 2010 on the department Facebook page.

Police say Aguilera stole around $1,000 worth of dresses over this past weekend from Dillard's.

We're told she nearly hit a store loss prevention employee at the store with her car as she drove away.

Investigators were able to identify Aguilera because employees at the Dillard's in Spartanburg saw the original story on the news and claim she is the same person who has been shoplifting at their location.

Anyone with information on her whereabouts is asked to call the Greenville Police Tip Line at 864-271-GCPD (4273) or Greenville Crime Stoppers at 23-CRIME.

Some reporting by Jenna Troum

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