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Police seek IDs in Five Points sub shop burglary
Thursday, July 26, 2012

COLUMBIA, SC - The Columbia Police Department has made one arrest, but is still looking for the second person who took part in a burglary at a local sandwich shop in early July.

Police said Sterling P. Clark, 24, has been charged with second degree burglary after he and another person broke into the Jimmy John's located at 2015 Devine St. around 2 a.m. on July 10.

Clark and an unidentified co-defendant are accused of breaking into the sandwich shop and stealing money from the register.

Clark is allegedly seen near the right side of the shop while his co-defendant is seen by the cash register.

If you recognize the other burglar, you are urged to contact CRIMESTOPPERS AT 1-888-CRIME-SC.

Source: http://columbia.wistv.com/photo-gallery/crime/53174-police-seek-ids-five-points-sub-shop-burglary

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