Car damaged in GPD parking lot, police search for suspects

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Police are asking for the public’s help identifying suspects who damaged a car in the Greenville Police Department’s parking lot.

They say the crime happened around 3:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 25.

According to police, someone smashed the back window of a personal vehicle that was parked in the lot.

Surveillance video shows a white male and a white female walk to the rear of the car.

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The male appears to throw a brick through the rear window, though nothing was taken from the car.

The individuals are seen looking into several vehicles before walking toward Pitt Street.

They were seen on camera at 5th Street and Washington Street, 5th and Evans Street, 5th and Cotanche Street, 5th and Reade Street, and at the intersection of Reade Street and 4th Street

The male suspect is a young white male wearing blue jeans and boots. He is shirtless and carrying a white shirt
over his right shoulder. He has short hair and appears to be approximately 6 feet tall.

If you have any information about this case please call Greenville Police at (252) 329-4315 OR CrimeStoppers (252) 758-7777.

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