FROM STAFF REPORTS
The Iredell County Sheriff’s Workplace is asking for the general public’s assist finding a convicted felon who’s suspected of breaking into business vaccuum machines at a neighborhood automobile wash.
Anybody with data on the whereabouts of James Michael Ransom, 47, of Raleigh County, W.Va., is requested to name ICSO Detective Danny Wyatt at 704-880-9156.
The ICSO acquired a report on Monday, August 22, in reference to the breaking and getting into of three business vacuum machines at RJ’s Automotive Wash situated at 1709 Wilkesboro Freeway.
Via video surveillance footage, a suspect automobile was recognized, Sheriff Darren Campbell stated in a information launch.
After Detective Wyatt spoke with different legislation enforcement companies and in contrast the footage from the breaking and getting into at RJ’s Automotive Wash with different surveillance footage from different places, Ransom was positively recognized as a suspect, Campbell stated.
The suspect and his automobile, a 2011 Dodge Dakota prolonged cab pickup truck, have been concerned in quite a few breaking and enterings to automobile wash services in West Virginia, Virginia and 7 counties in North Carolina, in line with the information launch.
Ransom has quite a few legal convictions in West Virginia, Virginia and North Carolina. He has been entered in legislation enforcement databases as a Needed Individual by the Iredell County Sheriff’s Workplace.