2 teens arrested for vandalism at Crazy Sister Marina

Justin Abbott (Source: GCSO)
Justin Abbott (Source: GCSO)
The suspect is described as a white female named Sky, and she resides in Conway.
The suspect is described as a white female named Sky, and she resides in Conway.

MURRELLS INLET, SC (WMBF) Two teens have been arrested and a third suspect is wanted in connection with vandalism and larceny at the Crazy Sister Marina in Murrells Inlet.

According to the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office, investigators arrested two teenagers after being called out to Crazy Sister Marina on April 23 and again on April 24.

Georgetown County Sheriff's Deputies were dispatched to the marina off of Highway 17 Business around noon April 23 and discovered several boats, one vehicle and the dock were sprayed with a fire extinguisher. In addition, several boats had been broken into and items stolen.

The following day deputies were dispatched to the Crazy Sister Marina a second time. Several items were stolen from boats and vandalized.

What the suspected culprits didn't realize is that both incidents were captured on surveillance video.

Two of the suspects were identified by the video. The first being Justin Abbott, 18, of Murrells Inlet, who was taken into custody. The second was a 14-year-old juvenile who was also taken into custody.

Abbott and the juvenile were both charged with trespassing, petit larceny, malicious injury to personal property, and second degree burglary.

Georgetown County Sheriff's Investigators are asking for the public's help in identifying a third suspect.

The suspect is described as a white female named Sky, and she resides in Conway. If anyone has any information or can identify the female suspect in the photo, you are asked to call the Georgetown County Sheriff's Office at (843) 546-5102.

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