CONWAY, SC (WMBF)- Conway Police are looking for four suspects who are all wanted for different crimes.
By the time police showed up to the scenes of those crimes, all suspects managed to escape without a trace. One man got away with almost $2,000 from a local bank.
Police said 31-year-old Roger Henry Biddle is connected with cashing a forged check at Conway National Bank on Main Street in Conway on July 25.
Conway Police said security tapes show Biddle passing the check to the teller.
Also on July 25, 47-year-old Michael Joseph Kubacki robbed Gullies off of Highway 544, police said.
A worker told police she stepped away from her desk when gathering the daily deposit. When she got back the money was gone.
The report states she confronted Kubacki as he walked out the door and saw him throw some of the money up in the air before taking off on a moped.
Police identified him by looking up that moped. Kubacki is wanted for grand larceny.
24-year-old Jaquetta Umeko Wilson is wanted for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Police responded to a fight between two young girls. Police said that a Facebook video revealed that Wilson lied to police.
The video showed Wilson was present during the entire fight and even cheering the two girls on.
Police are also still looking for 20-year-old Curtis C. Johnson after investigators said a fight between Johnson and his girlfriend lead to him choking her in April.
The victim told police he pushed her up against the wall and choked her after she refused to give him her phone.
Police also want 46-year-old Richard Jerome Donley for criminal domestic violence.
Police responded to two calls involving Donley. The second report states a couple was trying to purchase Xanax pills when they got into a fight leaving the victim with cuts and bruises.
41-year-old Bertha Mae Sims, is wanted for attacking her neighbor with a sharp blade. Leaving the man with a cut 4 to 5 inches long. The victim says he did not say a word to Sims and doesn't know why she attacked him.
Donley and Wilson have since been in custody due to airing the "Most Wanted" flyer, according to Lieutenant Selena Small with the Conway Police Department.
If you know anything about any of these cases, please call the Conway Police Department at (843) 248-1790.