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Suspect entering occupied apartments sought‏
Wednesday, September 11, 2013

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott states on September 2, 9 and twice on the 10th an unknown black male entered (4) four occupied apartments through unlocked windows and sliding glass doors. Sheriff Leon Lott states that on all four occasions the female victims were awakened to the man inside their apartments. The Sheriff stated that the incidents occurred at the Palmetto Garden Apartments, The Chimneys Apartments, The Hunters Green Apartments and Hunters Mill Apartments.

Sheriff Leon Lott stated that investigators are following up on leads and information but is asking that citizens be vigilant and report all suspicious activity. Sheriff Leon Lott stated the suspect is described as a black male, 5’8 to 6’ tall, slight build, wearing a dark hoodie and his age is unknown.

The Sheriff added that anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to call, email or text your tip to Midlands Crimestoppers.

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