Greenville County is looking for help from the public in identifying two male suspects who were allegedly involved in an auto theft on Feb. 12.
Greenville Sheriff's deputies said around 9:15 p.m. on Feb. 12, the subjects seen in the attached photographs stole a gray in color 2005 Toyota Camry from a BP gas station at 3053 White Horse Road. Investigators are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the suspects. The white four door sedan seen in the photographs is the suspect’s vehicle, according to deputies. Anyone with information regarding this incident or the suspects is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers at 23-CRIME.
Deputies said six of the seven people involved in 18 recent auto thefts cases are in custody. Taylors man remains at-large.
Greenville County Sheriff's deputies said they began to see a rise in the number of auto thefts during the month of June. To combat the problem, deputies stepped up enforcement and took a proactive role. As a result, one person is wanted and six other people are in jail as of Friday in connection with 18 recent auto-theft cases. James Douglas Owensby, 26, of 1 Hartsfield Drive, Apt. 11, Taylors, is wanted by Greenville County Sheriff's deputies. He is charged with two counts of possession of a stolen vehicle. Also charged: Deputies in the auto-theft unit were able to obtain evidence that led to 18 cases being solved and resulted in 27 warrants. The string of auto thefts began on June 15 and occurred througout Greenville County at homes, …