Anderson County Sheriff's Office investigators are looking for two male suspects who robbed the Plez-U convenience store in late January.

Pendleton, SC (January 22, 2013) Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the Plez-U convenience store located at 229 E. Main St. in Pendleton after two suspects robbed the clerk at gunpoint.  The suspects left on foot with an undisclosed amount of money and the store clerk was unharmed.  Surveillance images captured images of the robbery and help provide a description of the suspects.  Both suspects were black males, one wearing a black hoodie, black jean, black ski mask, and appeared to have dreadlocks.  The second male was wearing a black hooded winter coat, black sweatpants, and a ski mask.  

Investigators are asking for anyone who can identify these suspects or have information about this incident to contact them at (864)-260-4400 or Crimestoppers at 888-CRIMESC (274-6372).  Crimestoppers will offer a reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of those responsible. You can also make your tip on-line.

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Investigators Search for Suspect Who Prey on and Scam Elderly Victims

Anderson, SC (February 21, 2013) Anderson County Sheriff’s Office Investigators have identified a suspect that they believe is the man posing as a Duke Energy employee in order to scam and steal from elderly victims.

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Investigators have identified 49 year old Jimmy Gerard Sherlock (pictured on left) who has lived in both Anderson and North Augusta areas in S.C.  Sherlock was last seen driving a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500, red in color, bearing South Carolina license plate IGY460.  Investigators are asking for assistance in locating Sherlock, pictured on left.  Investigators have not yet identified second male subject involved in these burglaries.

On January 4th, 2013 Anderson County Sheriff Deputies responded to a residence where an elderly couple was lured out of their home and distracted by one suspect while another suspect burglarized their home and stole a purse.  The male suspect that lured the couple out of their residence told them he was employed by Duke Energy.  He was described a s a white male wearing a reflective vest and blue jeans and driving a wine (red) in color Chevy pickup.

On February 2nd, 2013 Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residence in Piedmont where an elderly female had been lured out her residence by a male suspect who advised her that he worked for Duke Energy.  The suspect was described as being in his early 60’s, wearing a reflective vest, blue jeans, and driving a red Ford F-150.  As she was distracted, another suspect had entered her residence burglarized her home and stolen jewelry and valuables.

On February 15th, 2013 Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a residence in Pendleton where a man posing as a Duke Energy employee distracted an elderly couple inside their home to steal valuables, including a purse.  The man was described as a white male wearing a yellow traffic vest and left driving a red pickup.

Investigators are asking for anyone who may have information about Sherlock’s whereabouts to contact them at (864)-260-4400 or Crimestoppers at 888-CRIMESC (274-6372).  You can also make your tip on-line. Crimestoppers will offer a reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of those responsible. 

REWARD OFFERED FOR THEFT OF VALUBLES AND STOLEN DEBIT CARD

Anderson, SC (February, 8, 2013) The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office investigators are looking for a male suspect who broke into a victim’s car at a residence and stole valuables including a bank debit card.

On February 1st, Anderson County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to residence on Providence Church Rd. in Anderson after a suspect broke into a vehicle, and stole valuables including a wallet.  Within a short period of time from the incident a suspect was caught on camera at a nearby convenience store attempting to use the stolen debit card from the victim’s vehicle.  The suspect is described as a white male, wearing a black jacket/hoodie, blue jeans and was driving a small compact red car.  See attached photos below:



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Investigators are asking for anyone who can identify this suspect or have information about this incident to contact them at (864)-260-4400 or Crimestoppers at 888-CRIMESC (274-6372).  Crimestoppers will offer a reward for information that leads to an arrest and conviction of those responsible.  

FAMILY DOLLAR STORE ROBBED

family-dollar-logo.jpgOn 01-28-2013 at approximately 8 AM a black male wearing a ski mask entered the Family Dollar on East River Street in the City of Anderson and presented a handgun, robbing the clerk who was on duty at the time.

The suspect left the area possibly in a white SUV. Officers attempted to locate the suspect but were unable to do so. The suspect was described as a black male approximately 5’10” – 6’ and of average build. Surveillance footage is being reviewed. No one was injured during the incident.

If anyone has information regarding this incident they are asked to call Anderson Area Crimestoppers at  888-CRIME SC (888-274-6372).  You may also leave your here, online, where you may leave an anonymous tip.                                                                                          

White Collar Investigators Seeking to Identify Fraud Suspects

The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office Investigators are asking for assistance in identifying fraud suspects in several cases.

Anderson, SC  Anderson County Sheriff’s Investigators are looking to Best_Video_for_2012-67661.jpgidentify three female suspects that used several stolen debit and credit cards at retail stores in Anderson.  The cards were stolen from parked vehicles that were broken into in Anderson City Police Department’s jurisdiction. The victim’s financial transaction cards were used at Target and at Best Buy on Clemson Boulevard between November and December, 2012. Attached are pictures of one of the three female suspects that investigators are searching for.

 

 


CVS_Prescription_Fraud.jpgPiedmont, SC  Anderson County Sheriff’s Investigators are also wanting to identify a male suspect that attempted to commit prescription fraud at the CVS located in Piedmont, SC.  The male was unable to obtain the prescribed drugs but had presented a fake I.D. in attempt to collect the prescription.  This subject is not believed to be related to the above incidents in Anderson. On the left is a photo from CVS of the unidentified male subject.

Investigators are asking anyone that may information about these subjects to contact them at the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office at 864-260-4400 or Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIMESC (274-6372) or make your tip on-line.

$1,000 Reward for Information in Shooting an Animal Incident

Anderson Area Crimestoppers is asking for the public’s help in identifying any individual(s) responsible in shooting a cow in Belton, SC.

Beltoncow.jpgAnderson Area Crimestoppers is offering a reward of $1,000.00 for information that will help lead to an arrest of any individual(s) responsible for the killing of a prized Watusi Cow on a farm located in Belton.  The cow was shot in the abdomen and left to die on Christmas Eve.  The cow’s breed is native to Africa and had horns that spanned 7 feet from tip to tip. The incident occurred on Christmas Eve at Cherokee Farms located on West Road just outside of Belton City Limits.

The reward is being offered in conjunction with a donation made to Crimestoppers.  Crimestoppers ask that anyone with information in this incident to call 1-888-CRIMESC (274-6372) or online.

 

Little General Store Robbed.

Crime-Solve-01.pngOn Tuesday night, August 15, 2012 at approximately 8:10 p.m. two black males entered the Little General Store on Bleckley Street in the City of Anderson. Both males were armed with handguns and robbed the store of an undetermined amount of cash. Both the suspects wore white t-shirts and dark pants and had cloths around their faces at the time of the robbery.

The suspects fled on foot north on Bleckley Street. Officers were unable to locate them. Thelg.JPG Anderson Police Department is working with the store owner in an attempt to retrieve video surveillance of the incident.  You can see the incident report by clicking here.

If you have any information about this case call the Crime Stoppers hotline at 888-CRIMESC (274-6372), or make your tip online. Crime Stoppers will offer a reward for information that assists in the arrest and conviction in the case.

Anderson Pawn Shop Robbed

Can you help solve this crime ??

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On Monday Afternoon March 19, just before 5:30 PM two Hispanic males entered the Jewelry Depot at 100 West Greenville Street in the City of Anderson. The males presented a handgun, tied the employees up and forced them into a back room.  The suspects left in what was possibly a red or bugundy colored SUV in an unknown direction of travel.  Below are the compsite sketches of suspects provided by the Anderson City Police Department.

There are a total of $11,000 in rewards. One of these rewards is being offered by Anderson Area Crimestoppers and the other by Mr. Sitzman.

If you have any information, please contact the Anderson City Police Department or contact Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC (1-888-274-6372) or submit your information on-line or by text. 

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Stolen Equipment Sold as Scrap

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The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying two people who stole construction equipment and then turned it in as scrap metal.

Investigators with the sheriff’s office say they were called to a construction site in Piedmont where a mobile air compressor was stolen.  Officials say the trailer, which was attached to a trailer, is worth $20,000.

The scrap yard that they sold it to was unable to identify the two men. They were seen on surveillance video driving a 1990s Ford F-150 with a chrome tool box. If you recognize them and have any information that may help authorities, call Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC, or make your tip online.  You can see the pictures below.

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