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Irmo police want to know if anyone can identify a suspect in a business burglary

Irmo, SC (Paul Kirby) - Investigators with the Irmo Police Department are trying to identify a man they say committed a burglary at a business in the town. They believe that citizens may be their best resource to locate this guy.

Investigators say that the man broke into the 7-11 convenience store with attached Burger King in the 7700 block of Broad River Road. This occurred around 3:30 a.m. on October 29th of this year. Surveillance video caught the man's face however he is wearing a mask that prevents you from seeing him clearly.

The man is obviously black. He is wearing a black Abercrombie & Fitch hoodie with a bandana or some other head covering low on his forehead. He has on either a black PPE mask or a neck gator like the ones currently being used to prevent the spread of germs and disease.

Police say the man broke out a window to enter the restaurant portion of the business. He then transitioned to the 7-11 side and stole some items. Afterward, he fled out the back of the store and ran towards the Friarsgate subdivision.

Police are asking anyone with information about this crime to contact Lieutenant Grinstead of the Irmo Police Department at (803) 781-8088 ext. 210. You can also make anonymous tips through Crime Stoppers by calling 1-888 CRIME SC. Crime Stoppers also has a website you can find at www.midlandscrimestoppers.com with a SUBMIT A TIP tab. If you’re a big app fan download Crime Stoppers P3 app at either App Store and make your tips through that.

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