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Chocowinity woman wanted for summer break-ins

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WASHINGTON - Beaufort County deputies are on the hunt for a woman they say is responsible for multiple summer break-ins around Washington and Chocowinity.

They're looking for 24-year-old Melissa Starr Chandler. Her last known address was on West Barr Road in Chocowinity.
     
Deputies arrested her, along with a man she lives with, back in August. She posted bail, but now investigators want to arrest her again on more felony charges.
     
If you know where she is, call Beaufort County Crime Stoppers. They will pay you up to $1,000 for information that leads to Chandler's arrest.

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