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Woman wanted for taking off with bicycle at James Island home

Pictures of the suspect checking out another home during a different day. Pictures of the suspect checking out another home during a different day.
JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCSC) -

Police are on the lookout for a woman who entered a garage and took off with a bicycle at a home on James Island.

Charleston police responded to a home on Fairway Drive on Sept. 10 in reference to a theft.

The victim said that she was sitting in her living room when she saw a woman walking in her driveway and enter her garage.

The suspect then picked up the victim's bicycle, a turquoise beach cruiser, and walked it onto the driveway. Police say the suspect then got on the bike and took off towards Burning Tree Road.

When the victim went outside and yelled at the suspect to return the bicycle, the suspect ignored the victim and continued on her way.

The victim said that at no point did the suspect appear startled or in a hurry to flee the scene.

The victim then attempted to get her in vehicle and follow the suspect, but the suspect was gone by the time she got her keys.

The suspect was described as a white female, 23 to 25 years old, between 5'4" and 5'7", 120 to 140 pounds, dirty blonde hair and wearing a yellow t-shirt and blue jeans.

Police have also released pictures of the suspect checking out another home during a different day.

If you have any information you are asked  to call police or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.

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