UPDATE: Police credit Crimestoppers in finding pharmacy burglary suspect

Branden Singleton

UPDATE: Lynchburg Police are crediting Crimestoppers and help from the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office in identifying and arresting a suspect for breaking into a Lynchburg pharmacy last month. 40-year-old James Singleton was taken into custody yesterday. He is accused of burglarizing the Hill City Pharmacy on Greenview Drive. Police say he faces additional charges of attempting to burglarize a second pharmacy on the same day.

PREVIOUS from Lynchburg Police: On March 17, 2018 the Lynchburg Police Department responded to a burglary at the Hill City Pharmacy, 1215 Greenview Dr. Entry was gained by breaking the front door glass. The suspect appears to be a white male with their head covered. The male has a visible and unique tattoo on his left hand. The tattoo appears to have numbers or letters which also expands up into the wrist area. The suspect vehicle is a dark colored (believed to be green or blue) Suzuki Sidekick with chrome wheels. It has ‘SUZUKI’ written on the top of the rear window in white letters. The   images of the suspect and suspect vehicle were captured on security video.
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