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Berkeley County Sherrifff's Office wants to know about two suspects involved in a string of auto brake ins, credit card fraud, and auto theft.

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

The Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help to identify two suspects involved in a string of automobile break-ins, credit card fraud, and auto theft.
BCSO investigators say the crimes were committed during the night of July 20 until the early morning hours of July 21.
Authorities say stolen credit & debit cards were used at the Walmart on Rivers Avenue as well as area gas stations near that location.
According to investigators, after breaking into multiple vehicles in the area of Cypress Plantation off of Old Highway 52 near Strawberry Station in unincorporated Moncks Corner, four suspects stole a white 2005 Nissan Pathfinder (since recovered) and then proceeded to go to the Wal Mart in North Charleston.
"Among the items stolen a Springfield Armory XDS .45 semi-auto pistol with serial S3191811," BCSO officials said."The pistol has a silver slide and black body.
Investigators say of the four suspects, two were captured on video.
The two men were seen driving a stolen Nissan Pathfinder in the parking lot, according to Berkeley County Chief Deputy Mike Cochran.
"All four are described as being black males between the ages 18-30," BCSO officials said."One of the photos shows a very distinctive bucket style hat with the Oakland Raiders logo on it. The other suspect has a high-top fade haircut."
Detectives are asking anyone who may be able to identify either of the individuals in the images to contact the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office at 843-719-4412 or Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry at 843-554-1111.
Anyone with information on the identities of the men pictured in the photos is asked to call the Berkeley County Sheriff's Office at (843) 719-4412 or Crime Stoppers at (843) 554-1111.

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