Lexington County Deputies searching for suspects in connection to Molotov cocktail thrown on school grounds
LEXINGTON COUNTY, S.C. (WIS) - The Lexington County Sheriff’s Department is seeking the public’s help with identifying three men in connection to a Molotov cocktail thrown at Pleasant Hill Elementary on Sunday, Jan. 29.
Deputies say the three men walked up to the back of the school and climbed onto the roof.
Surveillance footage released by the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department showed the Molotov cocktail landed on the pavement and then exploded.
The suspects left the scene in a white sedan, say investigators.
We are looking to identify three men from a Jan. 29 incident at Pleasant Hill Elementary School. They walked up to the back of the school and climbed onto the roof. Later, they threw a Molotov cocktail which landed on the pavement and exploded. They left in a white Sedan. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/8HF4RrAgPk— Lexington Sheriff (@LCSD_News) February 4, 2023
Anyone with tips is encouraged to send them via the Crime stoppers app.
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