Rock Hill police investigate more business burglaries

The HeraldFebruary 28, 2014 

— Detectives are investigating a pair of Rock Hill business burglaries reported around the same time Wednesday morning where thousands of dollars in damage was reported when the culprits broke expensive glass windows and doors.

Workers at a clinic on Herlong Avenue reported upon arriving at work around 8 a.m Wednesday that someone threw a flower pot through a glass door valued at $1,500.

Then nearby on Ebenezer Road, employees arriving for work minutes later at another business found the front door had been shattered with a rock, and a $1,200 computer was stolen.

Earlier in the week, thieves stole flat screen televisions during three other business break-ins. Each of those burglaries took place in the early morning hours or overnight while the shops were closed.

Police have not said if these break-ins are related. But on Thursday, Rock Hill Police released surveillance photos (see below) on its YouTube channel of a "suspect vehicle in several commercial burglaries" in the city between Feb. 25 -Feb. 27. The vehicle is a white sedan, possibly a Hyundai Sonata.

If you have any information, contact police at or 803-329-7200.

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