Lincolnton Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the person or persons involved in a break-in at the County's new E911 Communications Center earlier this week.
The breaking, entering and larceny was reported to the Lincolnton Police Department on Monday April 22nd. The breaking and entering occurred at Lincoln County’s new E911 Communications building located near the Health Department. Several items were reported stolen during the break-in.
Evidence located at the scene led investigators to the Walmart in Conover, where a possible suspect was seen on video leaving the store. The break-in occurred sometime on Easter Sunday (April 21st ) or in the early morning hours of Monday (April 22nd).
The Lincolnton Police Department is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the subject in the attached photographs.
If anyone has information contact Sergeant Dennis Harris at the Lincolnton Police Department 704-736-8900 or Lincoln County CrimeStoppers 704-736-8980.
CrimeStoppers offers a reward for information leading to an arrest, and you can remain anonymous when providing information.
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