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Suspects caught on camera using stolen debit card

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SUMMERVILLE, SC (WCSC) -

The Summerville Police Department is on the lookout for two people who were caught on camera using a debit card from a home burglary.

Authorities say two people, who were caught on surveillance pictures, were seen using a stolen debit card at Ladson Liquors on 650 College Park Rd. and the Kwik Mart on Highway 78.

On the afternoon of April 12, police responded to a home invasion on Felix Street. A 22-year-old woman originally told officers that she came home from work and saw six men armed with AK-47s running out the front door.

Detectives say the victim later retracted her story and said she did not witness the incident, but made the story up because of concerns regarding her boyfriend, who was the actual victim and was under a bond condition not to have contact with her.

The victim said it all started when a friend stopped by his home. According to the victim, as his friend was texting, five unknown males forced their way into the home, pistol whipped him and held him down.

The victim told police the suspects had knowledge of money inside the home and told him to reveal the location. Investigators say the suspects stole items including $2,000 in cash, a dog, a gun and 110 pills of oxycodone.

The victim said the suspects then took off in a 1988 blue box Grand Marquis. A police report states that after the incident, the victim's friend sent a text message to him stating,"I ain't gotta nothing to do with that I left that's yall."

Authorities say the victim's friend sent another text message which included a phone number. When the victim called the number, an unknown male answered the phone and told the victim he had his dog.

Investigators were then able to track the phone number to Hadrien Levon Jamerson who was charged in the incident. 

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

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