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Detectives located couple wanted for breaking into boat yard

Jamie Terell Collins and April Cheyenne Long (Source: BCSO) Jamie Terell Collins and April Cheyenne Long (Source: BCSO)

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WMBF) – Detectives have located the man and woman who was wanted for breaking and entering into Tripps Boatyard located on Daught Street in Shallotte, NC, according to PIO Emily Flax.

April Cheyenne Long, 23, and Jamie Terell Collins, 27, both of the Shallotte area, are known to frequent areas in Bladen, Columbus and New Hanover counties in North Carolina and in Horry County.

Detectives believe there were multiple break-ins which occurred as early as August of this year and continuing throughout the recent months, the release states.

Both Longs and Collins are being held at the Lenoir County Detention Facility, according to PIO Emily Flax. 

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