2 suspects wanted in Columbia Co. package thefts

2 suspects wanted in Columbia Co. package thefts
Brandy Ostrihon (source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office)
Brandy Ostrihon (source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office)
Phillip Ammons (source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office)
Phillip Ammons (source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office)

COLUMBIA COUNTY, GA (WFXG) - Two people wanted for stealing a package from the doorstep of an Evans home have been identified and are now wanted.

The resident of a home on Bunchgrass Street contacted the Columbia County Sheriff's Office to report that a package had been stolen from his front porch. The package was delivered at around 12:25 p.m. on Aug. 14. Just after 1 p.m., a black Ford Ranger drives by the resident, comes back two minutes later and pulls into the driveway. A white female, now identified as thirty-three-year-old Brandy Alisha Ostrihon, exits the vehicle, grabs the package, and jumps back in. The truck then left the scene. All of this activity was caught on the homeowner's security camera.

In a separate incident that same day, another package was stolen from a home on Sebastian Drive in Grovetown. Once again, the theft was caught on security camera. At around 2:07 p.m., a white Jeep parked in the home's driveway and a man, now known to be forty-two-year-old Phillip Edward Ammons got out. Ammons was seen taking the package and leaving the scene in the Jeep.

Criminal trespassing and theft warrants have been issued for Ostrihon and Ammons. Investigators believe the thefts are related.

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