1 suspect arrested in Coinjock BBQ break-in - WNCT

1 suspect arrested in Coinjock BBQ break-in

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One suspect has been identified and arrested in connection with the break-in of the Currituck BBQ Company.

That's in Coinjock.

Deputies say they arrested 27 year old Brian Anthony Powell of Kill Devil Hills Thursday in Rockingham County. He's charged with Felony Breaking and Entering, Felony Larceny, and Safecracking. He was placed under a $30,000 bond.

Powell is identified as the subject carrying the safe out of the business on Monday. The identity of the other two suspects is still under investigation.

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Deputies say they’re investigating a business break-in in Coinjock.

That’s in Currituck County.

Investigators say 3 people forcibly entered a side door of the Currituck BBQ Company, removing a safe located in the office area. Surveillance video shows a female and two males fleeing the scene as one of the men carries the safe.

It’s believed the incident happened around 1 a.m. Monday morning.

The suspects are described as 20-30 years in age. The female appears to be white, short and slightly built wearing a unique coat. One of the males appear to be black, has a goatee, and possible cornrows. The race of the other male has yet to be determined.

If you have any information about the incident, contact the Currituck County Sheriff’s Office at 252-453-8204.

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