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2 accused burglars, 1 assault suspect land on 'Most Wanted' list

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Two accused burglars and a suspect wanted for third-degree assault have landed on the ‘Most Wanted' list in Horry County.

Saundra Carol Jasper, 57, is wanted by police for second-degree burglary.
On July 30, Jasper broke into two units at the Homewood Mini Storage on Highway 65, according to police. She wasn't alone; an unknown suspect also broke in with her, according to the police report.

Jasper allegedly stole chairs, a table and a microwave.
Her last known address is located on Cultra Road in Conway.

Brian Donald Syers, 56, is accused of second-degree burglary.
On July 25, Syers threatened his former landlord over an eviction, according to police. After entering the landlord's home, Syers was charged with the crime, the Horry County police report states. Syers had previously received a trespassing notice, following the eviction.
Syers was last known to reside in the Little River area.

Richard Kavin Register, 20, has been charged with third-degree assault.
On July 30, Register punched an ex-girlfriend several times, according to a police report.
His last known address is located on Accomp Drive in Conway.

Please call Horry County police if you have any information on the suspects.

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