Two teenagers have been arrested and one is still being sought in connection with a series of vandalism and larcenies at the Crazy Sister Marina in Murrells Inlet.
Justin Abbott, 18, of 576 Baker Ave., Murrells Inlet and a 14 year old have been charged with Trespassing, Petit Larceny, Malicious Injury to Personal Property, and Burglary Second Degree.
As reported in the May 2 Police Blotter, deputies were called to the marina after several boats and a vehicle were sprayed with a fire extinguisher.
“The dock and several boats were unlawfully entered and items stolen,” said Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Carrie Cuthbertson.
Several items were stolen from boats and some of the vessels were vandalized again the following night, April 24.
Both incidents were captured on surveillance video which helped identify the suspects.
The suspect who has not been arrested is described as a “white female whose name is Sky and she resides in Conway,” Cuthbertson said.
If anyone has any information Sheriff’s Office at (843) 546-5102.
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