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Bluffton police search for alleged thief

The Bluffton Police Department is trying to identify a woman they say stole a debit card from an ATM machine and used it at a nearby store.

The woman's image was captured by an ATM surveillance camera at the Bank of America branch at 101 Windrush Lane, according to police. The photo also shows the suspect removing the card from the machine.

Anyone with information should call Investigator J. Duke at 843-706-4550 or the Bluffton Police Department tip line at 843-706-4560.

OTHER CRIME REPORTSThe following reports were released Sunday and Monday by the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office and Beaufort Police Department:

BEAUFORT

BURGLARY

  • Ribaut Road: Cash worth $1,480 stolen.
  • ROBBERY

  • Kmart, Boundary Street: Merchandise worth $207 stolen.
  • BLUFFTON

    BREAK-IN

  • Luray Street: Jewelry worth $1,000 stolen from residence.
  • BURTON

    BURGLARY

  • Briarwood Lane: Firearms worth $1,000 stolen. Structure damage: $50.
  • Powell Drive: Firearms worth $200 and other goods worth $50 stolen. Structure damage: $50.
  • THEFT

  • Pebble Road: Two tons of railroad spikes, tie plates and joint bars worth $1,200 stolen.
  • HILTON HEAD ISLAND

    BREAK-IN

  • Indigo Run: Jewelry worth $600, electronics worth $600, car key worth $200, paychecks worth $400 and passport worth $180 stolen. Damage to door of residence: $250.
  • THEFT

  • Hilton Head Christian Academy soccer field, 55 Gardner Drive: Cellphone worth $300 and sportswear and backpack worth $80 stolen.
  • VEHICLE BREAK-IN

  • Sam Frazier Retreat: Samsung digital camera worth $150 and electronics worth $500 stolen; windows of Chrysler car and Ford Expedition shattered. Damage to vehicles: $500.
  • Lawton Stables, Sea Pines: Canon digital camera worth $525 stolen.
  • ST. HELENA ISLAND

    VANDALISM

  • Kuzzen's Inc., Chisolm Road: Agricultural products including 100 wooden poles and 400 tomato plants vandalized. Damage: $2,000.
  • Compiled by Cassie Foss and Juliann Vachon

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