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Photos released in Timmonsville Municipal Offices burglary

Contact the FSCO or CrimeStoppers with any information. (Source: FCSO) Contact the FSCO or CrimeStoppers with any information. (Source: FCSO)

TIMMONSVILLE, SC (WMBF) The Florence County Sheriff's Office has released surveillance photos in hope the public can help identify the suspects in the burglary of the Timmonsville Municipal Offices.

Captain Michael Nunn, spokesman for the Florence County Sheriff's Office, explains that three individuals may have broken into the Timmonsville Municipal Office building early Thursday morning.

Investigators believe those suspects gained access to the Town Clerk's Office, the former Chief of Police's Office and the evidence room.

Though details are still emerging, its likely the suspects stole duty weapons employed by the former Timmonsville Police Department and took additional weapons from the evidence room.

Nunn adds that a safe containing court records and an unknown amount of money is missing and a full list of stolen property will be determined as the investigation continues.

"We are very concerned about these weapons and Tazers being on the street, and we are doing everything possible to apprehend the suspects and recover the stolen guns." Sheriff Kenney Boone stated. "Safety of the community is our number one priority right now, and we ask that anyone who recognizes the suspects from the photographs or has other information call us immediately."

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact Florence County Sheriff's Office at 843-665-2121, ext. 373 or Crime Stoppers of the Pee Dee at 1-888-CRIME-SC.

Crime Stoppers is offering a $500.00 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in this case. You do not have to reveal your identity to leave information.

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