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Home  |  News  |  RCSD attempting to identify possible victim‏

RCSD attempting to identify possible victim‏
Wednesday, December 7, 2011

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is requesting the community’s assistance in identifying the man in the attached still photograps - - identifying the owner of a stolen video camera.

Sheriff Leon Lott states that during a search warrant, executed this week, investigators from the Richland County Sheriff’s Department recovered a Sony HDV video camera that appears to have been stolen either during a larceny or burglary.

The Sheriff added that the video/still photographs from the camera appear to be of a doctor that was videoed discussing medical procedures and issues connected with prostate cancer.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that investigators are working to determine who the doctor is, in an effort to determine who the owner of the video camera is; and who appears to have been the victim of a larceny or burglary.

The camera was among other electronics recovered during the search warrant – the camera is the remaining item to be returned to its owner.

Sheriff Leon Lott is asking for assistance and anyone with information on the identity of the man in the photographs should contact the Richland County Sheriff’s Department Criminal Investigations at 803-576-3037.

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