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Deputies attempting to track down burglary suspect with back tattoo

Source: GCSO Source: GCSO
Source: GCSO Source: GCSO
GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

Lowcountry authorities need your help to locate a burglary suspect who was captured on camera with a tattoo on his lower back. 

The Georgetown County Sheriff's Office say the subject is a suspect in recent multiple commercial burglaries in the Waccamaw Neck area. 

"In one incident, the suspect’s sweatshirt rode up as he bent over, revealing a large tribal tattoo on his lower back," GCSO officials said. "If anyone recognizes this tattoo, please contact Investigator Hank Carrison at 843-436-6058."

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