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Police searching for woman in connection to Christmas burglary

Surveillance pictures of a woman police are attempting to identify. (Source: GCPD) Surveillance pictures of a woman police are attempting to identify. (Source: GCPD)
Surveillance pictures of a woman police are attempting to identify. (Source: GCPD) Surveillance pictures of a woman police are attempting to identify. (Source: GCPD)
GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCSC) -

Authorities are searching for a woman in connection to a Christmas burglary in Goose Creek. 

"We didn't know anything was missing on Christmas night,” Michael Evans said. After searching for a laptop later that weekend, the family decided to review the home’s surveillance footage.

"We started looking at the cameras and saw her pull up in a Chevy Avalanche, the girl get out, go upstairs, come out with handfuls of stuff,” Evans said. “That's when we noticed we had other other stuff missing."

In a police report, the family said someone took an Acer laptop, a Nintendo DS 3D and a Dewalt Lithium ION 20v drill set from a home on Iris Street on the night of Dec. 25.  

In addition, the victims said someone also stole a shopping bag with a Carolina T-shirt and a pink Carolina coozie. 

A police report states surveillance footage shows a white female arrive in the driveway in a silver Chevrolet Avalanche with an unknown passenger. 

"The female suspect approached the residence and opened the unlocked front door and enter," authorities say. "After a brief time in the residence, the suspect exited the residence with what appeared to be two bags." 

The subject is then seen closing the door, looking at the camera mounted on the front porch and leaving in the vehicle. 

Family members posted surveillance photos on Facebook, which have been shared more than one thousand times. Evans said the community has responded to photos by sharing possible names.

“It’s helping the cops a lot,” Evans said. “They're saying ‘it's awesome you have cameras up because if not, it'd probably be taking longer to find who this is.’"

If you have any information you are asked to call police at (843) 863-5200, Crime Stoppers (843) 554-1111 or Investigator Goodyear at (843) 863-5200, ext. 2313. 

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