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One of three suspects arrested on shoplifting charges

Theresa Bell. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office Theresa Bell. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
Riley Reynolds. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office Riley Reynolds. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office
James Murrell. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office James Murrell. Source: Horry County Sheriff's Office

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) -The five-finger discount is the cheeky name for theft, but if you've ever had something stolen from you -- you know it's no laughing matter.

When people steal from stores, everybody ends up paying.

This week, deputies want your help to get two people off the streets.

The Horry County Sheriff's office announced on July 30, 2014 that Theresa Bell, 53 had been arrested and bonded out, and was no longer wanted. Theresa Bell, 53, was arrested for two counts of shoplifting and obtaining goods under a false pretense.

The Horry County police report says back in January, Bell went into the Hamricks in Socastee and put a pair of girl's underwear in her purse. Then, she exchanged them for another item.

Officers say she got $3 back from the cashier, but when she was confronted, she dropped everything except the money and ran.

Riley Reynolds, 21, is wanted for receiving stolen goods and obtaining goods under false pretense.

According to a police report, Reynolds sold stolen computers, TV's , Radios, and stereos to the Dicks' Pawn Shop on Dick Pond Road.

His last known address is on Surfside Drive in Surfside Beach.

James Murrell, 29, is wanted for second-degree burglary.

The police report says last year, Murrell broke into Young Interiors on Highway 9 and stole several company credit cards, check books, TVs, radios and VCRs.

The credit cards were later used to purchase other items, with an accomplice, according to the report.

Murrell's last known address is on Right End Court in Myrtle Beach.

If you have seen these suspects, contact the Horry County Sheriff's Office or your local police with your tips.

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