String of car break-ins reported at Rock Hill apartment complex

rsouthmayd@heraldonline.comNovember 12, 2013 

Four vehicle break-ins at a Rock Hill apartment complex were reported on Monday, according to reports from Rock Hill police. Another woman in the complex reported items were taken from outside her home.

The break-ins and thefts occurred at Gable Oaks Apartments on Patriot Parkway overnight on Sunday.

Car owners reported their cars were “ransacked and burglarized,” according to police reports. Some of the cars were forced into by the suspects, but others were left unlocked.

The reports stated that thieves took prescription pills, cigarettes, cash and other small items from the cars. The woman reported suspects took two packs of cigarettes, an ashtray and two cell phones.

Between Saturday and Monday, several other breaking and entering of cars were reported in Rock Hill.

Rachel Southmayd •  803-329-4072

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