Car stolen from Williston Circle K; authorities searching for suspect, vehicle

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WILLISTON, S.C. (WJBF) — The Williston, South Carolina Police Department is searching for the person who stole a vehicle from a local convenience store.

Authorities say at about 6 a.m. on Sunday, November 10, a 2010 dark blue Honda Accord was stolen from Circle K on West Street.

Car stolen from Williston Circle K

NEW VIDEO: Car stolen from Williston Circle K. "It takes a little over one minute to accomplish" the theft, investigators said. Williston SC Police Department

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The front bumper of the vehicle has a vanity plate with the names “Katelyn and Coty” on the front. The back windshield has a decal memorializing the Emanuel 9, victims of the Emanuel AME Church Shooting.

The car has a South Carolina license plate of LAS560.

The back windshield has a decal memorializing the Emanuel 9, victims of the Emanuel Church Shooting similar to this one.

Authorities released surveillance video which showed the suspect approaching the vehicle from the area of 12th Street. The suspect gained entry and then left the scene.

“It takes a little over one minute to accomplish,” investigators said.

If you see the vehicle, contact your local law enforcement agency via 911. If you have any other information, contact the Barnwell County Dispatch at 803-541-1080 or Williston Police Department at 803-266-7011.

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