WEST COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - A West Columbia man is looking for your help, trying to find the man police say broke into his house.
Police say Geavontay Mills and another man broke into a garage in West Columbia and drove off on the victim's motorcycle right in front of him.
The victim got his damaged motorcycle back, but not his peace of mind.
"Ah this bike was my dream man, I've been dreaming about this bike since I was in high school," says Donald Hare.
Years of saving up his money landed Donald hare his dream. But on December 16, after parking the bike in his garage, Donald's dream turned into a nightmare.
"Left my key in the bike because I was home for lunch, I didn't think anything about it," says Hare.
Police say Geavontay Mills and another man drove a white Chevy van up to Donald's house and broke into his garage through the side door. Donald had only been inside for 20 minutes.
"The next thing I know the neighbor's dog was raising all kind of Cain," he says. "When I went around the corner, somebody's actually sitting on my motorcycle."
Donald says Mills peeled off on his bike, leaving a skid mark, while the other man drove away in the white van, leaving another skid mark.
Donald says he watched as Mills crashed his bike twice by a stop sign, before riding away.
Less than an hour later authorities found the motorcycle in Calhoun County, but they still haven't been able to find Mills or identify the other man.
"And knowing he's still out there, and knowing he's gonna make somebody else another victim like me and somebody else is gonna feel like this and, I'm feeling sick," says Hare. "These guys actually followed me, so they know where I live, you know, they can come back any time and my mom's retired, and she's here by herself a lot, and that's what worries me the most."
Police say Mills has a girlfriend in West Columbia and family in Calhoun County. He's 5'10" and weighs 185 pounds. If you see him, call 1-888-CRIME-SC.
Reported by Jordan Sandler