Charleston police looking for car break-in suspect
Fingerprint analysis led Charleston police to issue an arrest warrant in a car break-in last month.
A woman told police she parked her car at Cooper and Hanover streets about noon Jan. 6 to go to church. When she got back about 1 p.m., it appeared somebody had forced the rear passenger window down and stolen a radio from the dashboard, according to the incident report..
Police said they analyzed fingerprints found near the point of entry and have issued an arrest warrant.
Donald Desmond Montez McFadden, 20, whose last known address is on Ferrara Drive in North Charleston, is wanted on a charge of breaking and entering into an auto.
Anyone with information is asked to call Charleston police at 577-7434 or leave an anonymous tip at Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.