Sumter County, SC (WLTX) - A string of car break-ins in the Sumter County area resulted in the arrest of one juvenile and one adult, but deputies say they are still looking for more suspects.

Jessica Harris, 28, along with a 14-year-old are charged with 18 counts of auto breaking and entering.

Both suspects admitted to six break-ins in Dalzell, two in Kel-Sam Farms, three on Brogdon Circle, two in the Mooneyham Road area, two on Acres Avenue, two on Plowden Mill Road, one on Nottingham Drive, one on Belk Street and one on Tulip Street.

The juvenile also implicated two others in connection to the crimes. One additional suspect, 17-year-old Coby Fields, remains at large on 18 warrants for auto breaking and entering.

During each incident, Harris would reportedly drop off her codefendants, then return to pick them up after the break-ins. Law enforcement has recovered $2,000 worth of various items in connection to these cases.

An investigation is also underway for other break-ins around Rolling Creek.

Harris, who also goes by the last name of Pendergrass, is being held at the Sumter County Sheriff's Office. Deputies say more arrests are expected.

Anyone with information should contact Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.