For photos see the E-edition Anyone with information on the whereabouts of these individuals can contact each agency directly or Crimestoppers of the Midlands. Aiken County Sheriff's Office at (800) 922-9709 Aiken Public Safety at 642-7620 North Augusta Public Safety at 279-2121 Crimestoppers of the Midlands at (888) 559-TIPS. Callers will remain anonymous and are eligible for a cash reward of between 50 and 1,000. Unknown gunman The morning of Nov. 22, 2005, a lone gunman used an assault-style rifle during an attack in North Augusta, killing one man and severely injured two others. Before dawn, the gunman opened fire in the Huddle House parking lot at the intersection of I-20 and U.S. Highway 25. Although still unidentified, a sketch of the suspect was posted hours after the attacks. North Augusta Public Safety _________________________________________ Morrs L. Dorch Murder 20 5 feet 8 135 pounds Aiken County Sheriff's Office Dorch is wanted for the Sept. 12, 2007 murder of Prince Shand Jr. The 20-year-old is accused of shooting the victim with an assault rifle outside a home at 114 Kenmont Street. He is believed to be driving a black or green pickup truck. He is considered armed and dangerous. ____________________________ Koran M. Sapp Murder 24 5 feet 8 180 pounds Aiken County Sheriff's Office The Graniteville man is wanted for the June 24, 2007 murder of 18-year-old Najee Preister. Sapp is accused of gunning down Preister, possibly as revenge for an armed robbery involving the murder suspect's family. He is considered armed and dangerous. __________________________ Brandon M. "BG" Greene Armed robbery 22 6 feet 2 185 pounds North Augusta Public Safety The suspect is one of three men linked to an armed robbery at the Advance Auto on E. Martintown Road in North Augusta the evening of Sept. 26 2007. Two other men have been charged with the hold up. Greene should be considered armed and dangerous. ______________________________________________ Sanchez D. Cullum Pointing and presenting a firearm Criminal domestic violence Unlawful conduct toward a child Unlawful use of a telephone Malicious injury to personal property 21 5 feet 11 145 pounds Aiken Public Safety In late September, the suspect reportedly attacked the mother of his child at gunpoint, threatening to kill her, striking her in the face while she was holding their daughter. ________________________ Aiken Abendigo Abstance III Credit Card Fraud 28 5 feet 11 242 pounds Aiken Public Safety Twenty-eight year-old Abstance is accused of stealing more than $23,500 between October 14, 2006 and Nov. 16, 2006 with fraudulent money orders at Greg's Gas Plus. He is accused of using a credit card that was no longer valid on more than a dozen occasions. _______________________________________________ Mario M. Mack Stalking 17 5 feet7 175 pounds Aiken Public Safety Linked to threats of retaliatory violence. The 17-year-old is wanted on allegations he has repeatedly stalked another man in June of 2007 with the intent to assault him. According to arrest warrants, the suspect has threatened to shoot his victim. __________________________________________________________________________________ Ronald Dunbar First degree burglary 37 5 feet 11 150 pounds Aiken Public Safety Shortly before 10 p.m. on Jan. 1, 2005, Dunbar is accused of breaking into a Kershaw Street residence where he was caught hiding in a closet. The suspect has two previous burglary convictions dating back to 1993 and 1996. While the resident was trying to call 911, the suspect attempted to grab her phone and was able to escape for police arrived, according to reports. ________________________________________________________________________ Michelle Brantley Second degree burglary 35 5 feet 4 160 pounds Aiken Public Safety After a number of thefts reported at Hitchcock Rehabilitation Center, Aiken Public Safety installed surveillance video and caught, on Aug. 9, 2007, two suspects enter the building, police said. Brantley was reportedly fired and said to have kept a key to the medical building. She has been linked to the crime. _______ Torey W. Tucker Obtaining goods under false pretenses, more than $1,000 47 5 feet 1 140 pounds Aiken Public Safety The suspect is accuses of charging more than a thousand dollars worth of groceries at Kroger, 1795 Whiskey Road, by presenting herself as an employee of a catering company from Augusta Georgia.