Suspect wanted for multiple Richland library break-ins

akflanagan@thestate.comAugust 29, 2013 

— The Richland County Sheriff’s Department is looking for the person responsible for several break-ins at the Richland Library branch at 7490 Parklane Road.

The department on Thursday released video of the suspect during one of the break-ins.

According to police, the first incident occured July 17, when someone broke a back window, entered the library and stole a coin tower that contained money. The estimated value of the stolen property, including damage, was $1,450.

On Aug. 15, someone broke into the building and stole two coin towers, which contained an undetermined amount of money, a cash register with $20 and various envelopes totaling $49.

Again, on Aug. 27, a back window was broken as well as an office door window. A coin tower that contained money was stolen. The estimated value of the stolen property and damage in this incident was $3,540.

Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 1-888-CRIMESC.

Watch the surveillance video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCRdEOq-DNQ&feature=share&list=UUtQbwfJdahjiD5BOhTsma4Q

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