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Suspect Search: Victim sees burglar on home security footage

Left: Rashaun Page, Right: Kelly Hewett Left: Rashaun Page, Right: Kelly Hewett

Horry County (WMBF) - Horry County Sheriff's Deputies are trying to track down 23-year-old Kelly Hewett for second-degree burglary. According to the Horry County Police report, the victim said for several weeks around the middle of September 2015, he noticed about $2,600 in cash had gone missing from his home. The home owner checked his home security footage and says he saw Hewett find his hideaway key, enter his home, go to his bedroom, steal $1200, then exit into her white Chevy Malibu and drive off. The victims says he had previously told her to stay off his property and that he wishes to prosecute. Hewett's last known address is on Wasp Brach Road in Longs. *The J. Reuben Long Detention Center website shows Kelly Hewett was booked into the Horry County Detention Center at 1:20 p.m. on Thursday, October 8.

Authorities are also searching for 20-year-old Rashaun Page. He's wanted for larceny and breaking into a motor vehicle where tanks, pumps and fuel are stored. The Horry County Police report states that just a few days before Christmas of 2014, police arrived at B&E Auto on Riverside drive for a complaint. The victim said someone broke his car window, crawled through and rummaged around in the car looking for something to steal, though nothing was gone. Police gathered broken glass with blood on it from the scene, according to the report. Page's last known address is on Highway 905 in Conway.

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