ROCK HILL — Police on Thursday released images taken from surveillance video in an effort to locate four men suspected of damaging 50 cars over the weekend in Rock Hill.
Detectives believe the men are responsible for shooting vehicles in Rock Hill with BB and paint-ball guns, said Executive Officer Mark Bollinger, police spokesman.
The images are from Walmart surveillance video.
Police believe the men bought guns or ammunition from the store.
The men were seen leaving the store in a four-door car with blue headlights, a sunroof and loud exhaust, Bollinger said. Witnesses told police the vehicle might have been a green 2000s model Honda Civic or Accord.
The vandals are between the ages of 16 and 22, police believe, and all were wearing prescription-style eyeglasses.
Police are looking for the men in connection with a series of car vandalism that happened between last Thursday and Sunday.
Some of the cars damaged on Friday were in the parking lot of the Walmart on Dave Lyle Boulevard in Rock Hill.
Other car owners reported damage on Cayce Olin Circle, Deas Street, Marett Boulevard and others between Mount Gallant and Cherry roads.
Anyone with information about the men in the surveillance footage is asked to call the Rock Hill Police Department at 803-329-7200 or York County Crimestoppers at 877-409-4321.
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Anna Douglas 803-329-4068