Man and woman wanted for two burglaries | Crime
ROWAN COUNTY (WBTV) - A man and woman are wanted in connection with two home burglaries in Rowan County on Monday.
The Rowan County Sheriff's Office believe the same couple are responsible for burglaries that occurred at the 4000 block of Old Concord Road in Salisbury and the 200 block of Lentz Road in China Grove.
Both burglaries occurred in the daylight morning hours and in both cases the suspect gained entry by using force on one of the rear doors of the residence.
Sheriffs say a family member in the Salisbury residence spotted a black man with a large build. The family member confronted the suspect and was assaulted. The witness suffered minor injuries.
The witness said the suspect then fled the scene in a four-door gray Nissan Maxima with the registration plate in the rear window. He was accompanied by a black female.
In the burglary at the China Grove residence, sheriffs say video surveillance captured footage of a four-door, dark-colored Nissan Maxima that matches the description at the Salisbury residence.
The vehicle has a sunroof and a spoiler.
The investigation is ongoing and anybody with information is asked to call Lieutenant Chad Moose (704) 216-8687, Detective Adam Loflin (704) 216-8686, or Rowan/Salisbury Crimestoppers 1-866-639-5245.