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Pair accused of stealing about $900 worth of baby formula

Surveillance image of male shoplifting suspect (Source: Georgetown County Sheriff's Office on Facebook) Surveillance image of male shoplifting suspect (Source: Georgetown County Sheriff's Office on Facebook)
Surveillance image of female shoplifting suspect (Source: Georgetown County Sheriff's Office on Facebook) Surveillance image of female shoplifting suspect (Source: Georgetown County Sheriff's Office on Facebook)

Georgetown County, SC (WMBF) – The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office is looking for two people accused of stealing about $900 worth of baby formula from two stores in Pawleys Island.

Both thefts occurred on November 13, 2016, according to a Facebook post by the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office.

The unidentified man and woman, according to deputies, first left the CVS at 10317 Ocean Highway with $200 worth of formula. From there, officials say, they went to the BI-LO at 115 Willbrook Boulevard where they took around $700 worth of baby formula.

On November 15, deputies say the male suspect returned to the BI-LO in an attempt to steal more baby formula. This time he was approached by an employee and ran off without the items.

Deputies posted surveillance photos of the pair on the department’s Facebook page.

The male suspect is described as about 6 feet tall and around 230 pounds with a black receding hair. The woman wanted by deputies is around 5’06 with a heavy build, longer blond hair and wears dark framed glasses.

If you know who these suspects are, contact the Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office at 843-546-5101. Anonymous tips can be sent using Text-A-Tip. Just dial 274637 and text the word “GCSOTIP” followed by your message.

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