Mint Hill police are hoping the public can help them catch the person who allegedly broke into a commercial building Sunday and stole a car.
The vehicle, a 2001 gold Nissan Maxima, later was discovered by the York County Sheriff’s Office.
According to Mint Hill authorities, a man broke into the building about 3:15 a.m. Sunday in the 9600 block of Idlewild Road, at the intersection of Margaret Wallace Road. Surveillance photos showed the man leaving in the Nissan.
The suspect is described as a white male with no facial hear, and short groomed dark-colored hair. The man was wearing camouflage-style baggy shorts, a dark zip-up windbreak with a logo on the upper left chest, and low-top tennis shoes.
Anyone with information in the case is asked to call detectives at 704-545-1085. Mint Hill police say information can be supplied anonymously.
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