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Greer Police seek help identfying suspect

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Friday, October 9, 2020

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Police alledge this individual attempted to cash a large quantity of stolen lottery tickets within the Greer/Taylors area in the past two days.
 

Greer Police Department

Police alledge this individual attempted to cash a large quantity of stolen lottery tickets within the Greer/Taylors area in the past two days.

 



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Police alledge this individual attempted to cash a large quantity of stolen lottery tickets within the Greer/Taylors area in the past two days.

Greer Police Department

Police alledge this individual attempted to cash a large quantity of stolen lottery tickets within the Greer/Taylors area in the past two days.



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The alleged suspect left Xpress Fuel early Thursday morning, at 14215 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., in a dark color SUV driving toward Greenville on Wade Hampton Blvd.
 
 
 

Greer Police Department

The alleged suspect left Xpress Fuel early Thursday morning, at 14215 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., in a dark color SUV driving toward Greenville on Wade Hampton Blvd.

 

 

 

The Greer Police Department is asking the public’s help to identify an individual attempting to cash stolen lottery tickets, which were stolen during a Thursday early-morning burglary of an area convenience store.

The Xpress Fuel, located at 14215 E. Wade Hampton Blvd., was burglarized Thursday at 1:34 a.m., after an individual used a rock to shatter the glass door, according to Sgt. Chris Forrester.

Cameras show an individual enter the location, removed the entire South Carolina Lottery ticket display case, and leave the scene in a dark color SUV driving toward Greenville on Wade Hampton Blvd., according to Forrester.

A large quantity of the stolen lottery tickets have been attempted to be cashed at stores in the Greer/Taylors area within the last 24 hours, by the individual in the pictures shown. The vehicle in the photo is being driven by the suspect and was captured on camera during an attempt to cash tickets Thursday, according to Forrester.

The GPD is asking anyone with information about the burglary or the attempt to cash the stolen lottery tickets to call 864-877-7906.

 

 

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