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RAW VIDEO: Suspects caught on camera burglarizing Williamsburg County home

Surveillance footage caught the burglary of a Nesmith home from start to finish. (Source: Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office) Surveillance footage caught the burglary of a Nesmith home from start to finish. (Source: Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office)
Surveillance footage caught the burglary of a Nesmith home from start to finish. (Source: Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office) Surveillance footage caught the burglary of a Nesmith home from start to finish. (Source: Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office)
Surveillance footage caught the burglary of a Nesmith home from start to finish. (Source: Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office) Surveillance footage caught the burglary of a Nesmith home from start to finish. (Source: Williamsburg County Sheriff's Office)

NESMITH, SC (WMBF) – The Williamsburg County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying two men who broke into a house on Nesmith Road on Wednesday.

Surveillance footage shared on the WCSO’s Facebook page shows the burglary from start to finish. Initially, an exterior camera caught the two men walking onto the porch, at which point one of them kicked in the front door.

Once inside, additional cameras showed one of the men taking a flat-screen television. He is then seen on the outside device running away while clutching the TV.

The second suspect is then observed walking back into the home and leaving with two smaller televisions.

Anyone with information regarding the suspects is asked to call WCSO Sgt. Cheyenne Monteith at (843) 355-6381, ext. 4523.

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