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Wanted: Burglars caught on camera breaking into Orangeburg Co. home

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ORANGEBURG COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

Investigators are looking to identify three people caught on camera breaking into a home on Mingo Street in Orangeburg County. 

Orangeburg County Sheriff’s Office says the break-in happened earlier this month when the homeowner contacted authorities after returning home to find a door open.

"Upon closer inspection, the owner discovered two TVs – a 32-inch Emerson, a 40-inch Element, and also a Panasonic touch screen CD player - had been taken from his home," OCSO officials said. 

OCSO officials said several still pictures were taken from the security video which shows three males entering the property in the morning hours of Oct. 19.

"One subject is seen kicking in the door before making entry," authorities said."Two subjects are then seen handing the stolen electronics over a fence to a third subject."

According to investigators, one subject is wearing a camouflage hat, gray-striped hoodie, and green-striped jogging pants. Another is said to be wearing similar clothing with a do-rag.

If anyone recognizes or has any information on the subjects, they are asked to contact the OCSO at 803-534-3550.

The sheriff's office says a reward may be available by calling Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

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