PAWLEYS ISLAND, SC (WMBF) - A Georgia woman has offered a $10,000 reward after a car was stolen on Pawleys Island, according to the Pawleys Island Police Department.
On September 18, officers responded to 20 reported car break-ins and larcenies along Springs Avenue. Among the larcenies, a 2013 Toyota Corolla was stolen, which contained a large amount of jewelry, Chief of Police Michael Fanning confirmed.
Following the alleged crimes, Dominque Andrews, 17, of Myrtle Beach surrendered on September 26. Andrews has been charged with grand larceny.
Police are searching for Nevontrey Moore, 18, of Myrtle Beach in relation to the break-ins. The stolen vehicle was recovered on September 29 by the Horry County Police Department in the area of Legends Drive off Highway 501.
The 78-year-old victim said the jewelry is of great sentimental value and is offering the reward to anyone who can reunite her with these items.
A description of the jewelry in no particular order (photos of some items attached:
• - Solitaire diamond set in three-pronged gold ring
• - Antique crescent pin, sapphires and pearls set in gold
• - Five rings set in gold: amethyst, citrine, aquamarine with four diamonds, oval garnet in scalloped gold, and emerald with ten sapphires
• - Inca design 18k gold jewelry: Inca figure on gold chain,Tumi pin, drop earrings
• - Round coral ring set in wide gold band, matching teardrop earrings set in gold studs.
• - 14k gold charm bracelet with 25 assorted gold charms
• - Jade and gold link necklace, matching bracelet, carved jade rectangular drop earrings set in gold
• - Antique pearl and sapphire crescent pin set in gold
• - Necklace of pearls, lapis lazuli beads and gold beads, gold clasp
• - Round red garnet earrings set in gold studs
• - Green garnet earrings, three stones each, in three-leaf clover design, set in gold studs
• - Pearl ring: two baroque gray pearls set in (I think) silver
If anyone has information regarding the investigation or the return of the stolen property, contact the Pawleys Island Police Department at 843-237-1698, attention Investigator Fairfield.