Second suspect identified
Columbus Police seeks suspects in storage unit break in
COLUMBUS—The Columbus Police Department has identified the second and final suspect in a break-in case at the Columbus Storage Units.
Dustin Phillip Eubanks, of Inman, S.C. is being sought. The Columbus Police Department announced Wednesday it has active warrants on Eubanks for felony breaking and entering, felony conspiracy and other felony charges.
The Columbus Police Department also identified James Wesley Larabee, also of Inman, S.C. and has warrants for felony breaking and entering, felony conspiracy to break and enter, possession of burglary tools and injury to personal property.
The storage units were broken into at 7:32 a.m. Monday, March 23 with several items stolen. The two men were caught on surveillance as well as the vehicle and tag number. The vehicle was a dark gray Nissan Vera with a temporary South Carolina tag number GG0428U.
Anyone who may know of Eubanks’ or Larabee’s whereabouts is urged to contact the Columbus Police Department at 828-894-5464 or call 911.