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Mt. Pleasant police release photos of Groves burglary person of interest

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Mount Pleasant police released two images showing a "person of interest" in a burglary Sunday afternoon.

According to the homeowners, they left for only a short time when a stolen moving truck parked in their neighborhood provided the cover for thieves to kick-in the back door and start taking electronics to that truck.

“I hit the remote to the garage and walked in thinking that maybe my husband got home before I did. When I walked in no one answered. I immediately noticed that my TV have been taken and I ran out and called police,” said Helen Sanborn.

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Sanborn said she saw the truck near her residence before realizing her home was robbed.

Mt. Pleasant Police tracked the truck to a depot in North Charleston, and are now looking for the person spotted in these grainy images.

"A couple of days prior to the burglary, a Budget rental truck was stolen from Rivers Ave.  in North Charleston. We are seeking help in identifying the subject that appears in the video during the larceny of the truck", said Inspector Robert Googe. "Based on the location of the truck’s theft, and its return to the nearby area, the suspect may reside or frequent the general area of Rivers Ave. and Aviation Ave. or the Remount Road area." 

The Budget truck has an Oklahoma license plate of 2LX739.


If you have any information on who this person is, call Detective Lapp at 843-856-3029.


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