CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Investigators with the Charleston Police Department are searching for suspects after more than $10,000 worth of merchandise was stolen from the Louis Vuitton in downtown Charleston.
Police say the thefts happened in under a month's time.
According to CPD officials, some of the suspects may be repeat offenders at the store.
The first incident happened at the store on 230 King St. on Jan. 11 when a black and blue tote valued at $1,950 was stolen.
The first suspect is described as a black male, 6'2", and wearing a grey baseball hat, blue pants,and green/gray shoes. The second suspect is described as a black male with short dreads, medium build, beard, and wearing a dark colored hoodie, dark pants, a white/grey hat, black/white shoes, and carrying a white H&M shopping bag.
The last suspect is described as a black female, heavy build, and wearing a green plaid shirt, blue jeans, tan boots, and has long blonde hair. A picture provided by police shows the suspect carrying the stolen tote.
On Jan. 30, six Louis Vuitton wallets worth $4,150 were stolen.
Investigators describe the first suspect as a black female and wearing a large tan sun hat and tan jacket, and carrying a pink polka dot shopping bag and large black purse. She was also wearing sunglasses.
The second suspect is described as a black male wearing a light dark jacket with color sleeves and white front, a dark ball cap, dark pants, dark tennis shoes with white stripe and sunglasses.
The most recent incident happened on Feb. 7 when two wallets and a backpack worth $4,140 were stolen.
Charleston police describe the first suspect as a black female with blonde shoulder length hair, and wearing dark pants, a white shirt, a dark sweater, and a white winter jacket.
The second suspect is described as a black male wearing a dark winter jacket with fur trim on the hood, a white shirt, possibly having a long necklace, black beanie cap, dark pants and shoes.
Anyone with information should call 843-743-7200 for the on duty CPD Central Detective , Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111 or Inv. Galster at (843) 579-6433 or firstname.lastname@example.org