Two burglary suspects sought

Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office While his fellow burglar stands ready with the chains they will use as part of their robbery scheme, a burglar works to pry open the door to the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning. The pair broke into the convenience store and used chains attached to their truck to in an unsuccessful attempt to pull the store’s ATM out of the building. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This vehicle, which appears to be a late 1990s model full-size dark red Chevy truck was used in an attempt to rob the Li’L Cricket store in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning. Two men drove up in the truck, pried open the door to the building, attached chains to the back of the truck and attempted to pull the ATM out of the store. They were unsuccessful but did not some damage to the building in the process. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office Two men rode this vehicle, reportedly a late 1990s model full-size dark red Chevy truck, to and from the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning in an attempt to rob the store. They pried open the doors and then, with chains attached to the back of their truck, tried to pull the store’s ATM out of the building. While they did not succeed, the attempt caused some damage to the store. The two then fled the scene in their truck, apparently down SC 72 toward the Whitmire area. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This is one of two men who attempted to rob the Li’L Cricket store in Carlisle shortly after midnight on Christmas Eve morning. The men pried open the door to the store, attached chains to the back of their truck and wrapped the other end of the chains around the store’s ATM. They then attempted to pull the ATM out of the building but the chains broke, forcing them to abandon the effort and flee the scene, possibly heading down SC 72 toward Whitmire. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This is one of two men who attempted to use their truck to drag the ATM out of the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle shortly after midnight on Christmas Eve morning. When they arrived, one pried open the store’s doors while the other attached chains to the back of their truck. They then wrapped the chains around the ATM and tried to pull it out. The chains broke, however, and the two then fled the scene, apparently headed toward Whitmire down SC 72. While they failed to steal the ATM, the men did some damage to the store in the process. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.

UNION COUNTY — The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s helping in finding two men who attempted to use their truck to drag an ATM machine out of a conveniece store in the Town of Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning.

The incident report states that just before 2 a.m. Sunday, deputies were dispatched to the Li’LCricket at 3200 Janie Glymph Goree Boulevard, Carlisle in response to an alarm call. The report states the area of activation was the front door, that there had been rear motion and glass breakage. It states that when deputies arrived they noticed the front store was standing open with glass on the ground and a broken exterior light.

The report states deputies then called for the K9 tracking team and then went to check the rest of the outside of the building. Once the K9 had cleared the scene, deputies began their investigation.

In the course of their investigation, the report states deputies found two chains tied together laying in the doorway. Once inside the store, the report states deputies could tell where items had been moved.

When the store manager played back the video recorded by the store’s surveillance system, the report states it showed what appeared to be a late 90s full-size dark red Chevy truck come in to the parking lot and back up to store’s doors. The report states two men get out of the vehicle, with the passenger carrying something to pry the store’s doors open while the driver pulled out a chain and hooked it to the truck. It states the passenger then wrapped the chain around the ATM.

Both men then went back to the truck which then moved trying to pull the ATM out of the store. However, the report states the chain broke, causing damage to an outside light and the wall of the store.

The report states the two men then left in the truck, appearing to go down SC 72 towards Whitmire.

Deputies put out a BOLO (Be On The Look Out) with the vehicle’s description to surrounding law enforcement agencies.

No arrests have been made in the incident, however, and the Sheriff’s Office is asking that if anyone has any information on the identities and whereabouts of the suspects that they call CrimeStoppers at 864-427-0800. Callers to CrimeStoppers can remain anonymous and a reward may be offered.

Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office While his fellow burglar stands ready with the chains they will use as part of their robbery scheme, a burglar works to pry open the door to the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning. The pair broke into the convenience store and used chains attached to their truck to in an unsuccessful attempt to pull the store’s ATM out of the building. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
https://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_Burglary-Car-2-2.jpgPhoto courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office While his fellow burglar stands ready with the chains they will use as part of their robbery scheme, a burglar works to pry open the door to the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning. The pair broke into the convenience store and used chains attached to their truck to in an unsuccessful attempt to pull the store’s ATM out of the building. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.

Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This vehicle, which appears to be a late 1990s model full-size dark red Chevy truck was used in an attempt to rob the Li’L Cricket store in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning. Two men drove up in the truck, pried open the door to the building, attached chains to the back of the truck and attempted to pull the ATM out of the store. They were unsuccessful but did not some damage to the building in the process. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
https://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_Burglary-Car-1-2.jpgPhoto courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This vehicle, which appears to be a late 1990s model full-size dark red Chevy truck was used in an attempt to rob the Li’L Cricket store in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning. Two men drove up in the truck, pried open the door to the building, attached chains to the back of the truck and attempted to pull the ATM out of the store. They were unsuccessful but did not some damage to the building in the process. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.

Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office Two men rode this vehicle, reportedly a late 1990s model full-size dark red Chevy truck, to and from the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning in an attempt to rob the store. They pried open the doors and then, with chains attached to the back of their truck, tried to pull the store’s ATM out of the building. While they did not succeed, the attempt caused some damage to the store. The two then fled the scene in their truck, apparently down SC 72 toward the Whitmire area. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
https://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_Burglary-Car-3-2.jpgPhoto courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office Two men rode this vehicle, reportedly a late 1990s model full-size dark red Chevy truck, to and from the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle in the early hours of Christmas Eve morning in an attempt to rob the store. They pried open the doors and then, with chains attached to the back of their truck, tried to pull the store’s ATM out of the building. While they did not succeed, the attempt caused some damage to the store. The two then fled the scene in their truck, apparently down SC 72 toward the Whitmire area. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.

Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This is one of two men who attempted to rob the Li’L Cricket store in Carlisle shortly after midnight on Christmas Eve morning. The men pried open the door to the store, attached chains to the back of their truck and wrapped the other end of the chains around the store’s ATM. They then attempted to pull the ATM out of the building but the chains broke, forcing them to abandon the effort and flee the scene, possibly heading down SC 72 toward Whitmire. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
https://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_Burglary-Car-4-2.jpgPhoto courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This is one of two men who attempted to rob the Li’L Cricket store in Carlisle shortly after midnight on Christmas Eve morning. The men pried open the door to the store, attached chains to the back of their truck and wrapped the other end of the chains around the store’s ATM. They then attempted to pull the ATM out of the building but the chains broke, forcing them to abandon the effort and flee the scene, possibly heading down SC 72 toward Whitmire. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.

Photo courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This is one of two men who attempted to use their truck to drag the ATM out of the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle shortly after midnight on Christmas Eve morning. When they arrived, one pried open the store’s doors while the other attached chains to the back of their truck. They then wrapped the chains around the ATM and tried to pull it out. The chains broke, however, and the two then fled the scene, apparently headed toward Whitmire down SC 72. While they failed to steal the ATM, the men did some damage to the store in the process. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
https://www.uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/web1_Burglary-Car-5-2.jpgPhoto courtesy of the Union County Sheriff’s Office This is one of two men who attempted to use their truck to drag the ATM out of the Li’L Cricket in Carlisle shortly after midnight on Christmas Eve morning. When they arrived, one pried open the store’s doors while the other attached chains to the back of their truck. They then wrapped the chains around the ATM and tried to pull it out. The chains broke, however, and the two then fled the scene, apparently headed toward Whitmire down SC 72. While they failed to steal the ATM, the men did some damage to the store in the process. The Union County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating the burglars.
Tried to pull ATM out of convenience store