Antwine Anderson (left) and Adrian Gaston (Greenwood Co. Detention Center)
GREENWOOD, SC (FOX Carolina) -
Four people have been arrested in Greenwood County accused of being a part of a burglary ring responsible for a rash of break-ins.
Deputies arrested Antwine Anderson and Adrian Gaston of Greenwood County. They both face a number of charges for burglaries and attempted burglaries.
They also arrested two 16 year olds, whose names aren't being released because of their ages.
Investigators told FOX Carolina the four were caught Friday morning driving along S.C. Hwy 178. They believe they were running away from the scene of another burglary in Saluda County.
Investigators said the group is suspected of being behind at least two burglaries and two attempted break-ins Thursday and Friday in Greenwood County. They said two of the suspects admitted to being involved in the thefts.
Investigators said the men took a variety of items like televisions, computers, guns and money. They said witnesses have also been able to identify the four men.
Right now, they're facing a number of charges in the county and deputies believe they could be linked to more burglaries in Greenwood City and Saluda County.
As for the Saluda County break-in, deputies said someone tried to kick in the front door, but left that home without taking anything.
If you have any information that can help deputies in this case, call the Greenwood County Sheriff's Office.
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