A string of break-ins on Hilton Head Island led to 4 weapons, a number of bank cards, and different valuables being stolen from unlocked automobiles this week.
All of the break-ins occurred close to Coligny Seashore and North Forest Seashore between Tuesday night time and Wednesday morning, in keeping with quite a few Beaufort County Sheriff’s Workplace reviews.
On Wednesday after 9 a.m., a deputy responded to Kingfisher Highway after a report of an unlocked truck that had been rummaged via. The driving force informed police his .22 Magnum semi-automatic pistol, a 9mm handgun, and Glock have been stolen, a report stated.
One other driver on close by Dune Lane discovered that his automobile, which was left unlocked with the important thing sitting on the middle console, had been moved to Lagoon Highway. His semi-automatic pistol was stolen from the locked glove field, a report stated.
“These firearms are in streets and oftentimes are going for use in violent crimes,” stated Maj. Bob Bromage, a spokesperson for the company. He urged guests to Hilton Head to lock their automobiles and convey their weapons inside to their residences.
Two different unlocked automobiles have been damaged into on Dune Lane. A driver’s license, a checkbook, and 5 bank cards have been stolen, reviews stated.
The Sheriff’s Workplace has 12 warrants out for the arrest of Marques Brown, 21, with a final identified tackle in Hardeeville, in a number of break-in sprees of automobiles throughout Hilton Head, according to a news release.
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