Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott is requesting the public's assistance in identifying two suspects deputies believe are responsible for stealing more than $10,000 in electronics from Richland Northeast High School.
According to the release, deputies say two suspects broke into the school early on the morning of Saturday, March 23rd.
In the attached images from security camera video, the suspects are seen in the school.
Suspect #1 is seen on the video wearing something covering his face, a grey sleeveless hoodie, and a black long sleeve t-shirt underneath.
Suspect #2 is seen in a brown jacket, dark colored jeans and hat, and a white mask covering his face.
Items stolen include 8 MacBook laptops, two Sony HD cameras, 3 digital SLR cameras, and two battery chargers for the cameras.
The total value is $10,748.99.
If you can provide any information or identify the suspects, you are asked to contact CRIMESTOPPERS at 888-CRIME-SC.
RCSD stated that if someone can provide information leading to arrests, there is a reward of up to $1,000.