SPARTANBURG CO., SC (WSPA) – Spartanburg County deputies are looking for a man who broke into the Una Fire Department late Monday night or early Tuesday morning.
According to the report, the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office responded to the fire department on Hayne Street for a burglary.
The fire chief told deputies that he had arrived Tuesday morning to find that the glass front door was shattered and someone had rummaged through the kitchen, the report says.
The report says the chief also found what appeared to be blood on the wall in the hallway leading to the kitchen and blood on a light switch in the kitchen area.
Several drawers and cabinets were opened and food items were on the counter and the chief says items in the refrigerator were moved around, the report says.
The suspect was captured on surveillance video and was described as 5’11”-6′ tall, weighing 200 pounds wearing a hooded jacket with his face covered and was carrying a flashlight, the report says. It goes on to say that the suspect was walking with a limp and appeared to have a brace on their foot.
The Una Fire Department posted about the incident on Facebook asking the suspect to come forward to “make things right.”
Read the full Facebook post:
To the person that shattered our front door and came in and plundered around in the kitchen. You could have came and ask for food and I would have feed you. You chose to cost the fire department money to replace the door. You are on camera and we know who you are. The police have the video of you from our cameras. You have the opportunity to come make things right or you can go to jail. The fire department is always doing things for the community and the people that live here, but now this cost affects what we can do now.