Photo Gallery | SLED: Female suspect wanted in DMV bomb threat
SLED investigators are asking for the community’s assistance in locating a woman they say used a payphone to call in a bomb threat on February 15.
According to a news release, around 9:20 a.m. an unknown woman used a payphone located at the Raceway Gas Station on 2206 Airport Blvd in Cayce to call in a bomb threat to the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles on Shop Road stating that a bomb was going off at that location at 1:00 PM. The message was left on the voice mail at the office.
Investigators say they believe the person captured on surveillance video driving a 1998-2001 dark color (faded) Kia Sephia may have knowledge of the threat.
The female driver of this vehicle was seen in surveillance video using a pay phone in the rear of the Race Track Gas Station.
This dark colored vehicle shown is being driven by the female who is a person of interest. The female can be seen walking back to the driver’s side of the vehicle from the pay phone. (See top left rear of the lot). The hood of this vehicle appears to be faded.
Sheriff's deputies and fire department officials evacuated the Department of Motor Vehicles and closed parts of Shop Road after a threatening call was taken at the DMV office on February 15. No devices were found.
If you have any information that can help investigators identify the person in the above photos, you are urged to contact Crimestoppers at 1-888-CRIME-SC.
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