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Two suspects wanted in Madison auto burglaries, two arrested in LA

Skylyne Morales and Whitney Nalls.....Source: Madison PD Skylyne Morales and Whitney Nalls.....Source: Madison PD
Men wanted for auto burglary in Madison; Keith Williams: Source: Madison PD Men wanted for auto burglary in Madison; Keith Williams: Source: Madison PD
Keith Bernard Williams; Williams is wanted for auto burglary in Madison; Source: Madison PD Keith Bernard Williams; Williams is wanted for auto burglary in Madison; Source: Madison PD
MADISON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -

Arrest warrants have been issued for three counts of auto burglary for 26-year-old Keith Bernard Williams, of Orangeburg, South Carolina and 37-year-old Kenneth Leon Jackson, of Jonesboro, Georgia.

Two other suspects in a string of auto burglaries were arrested in Louisiana. Jackson and Williams are still on the run.

The auto burglaries happened at The Club Fitness Center on Highway 51 in Madison on June 8. At 6:12 a.m., the Madison Police Department responded to The Club Fitness Center located at Hwy 51. 

The call was in reference to three auto burglaries that had happened in the parking lot at the gym. Investigators determined that one of the stolen credit cards from this location was being used at the Kroger’s Grocery Store located on Spillway Road. 

With help from the Reservoir Police Department, investigators determined that a white female and a black female had entered the business and purchased gift cards with the stolen credit cards.  Further investigation determined that the same females had also entered the Kroger located on Colony Crossing. 

A vehicle description and tag number were developed. With the assistance of several law enforcement agencies throughout the State of Mississippi and the State of Louisiana, the suspect vehicle was located in Shreveport Louisiana. The Louisiana State Police took the two females into custody. They are identified as Skylyne Vincetta Morales and Whitney Nalls.

Several items of interest were found inside the car to include a stolen license plate from Southaven, Mississippi.

The two females are suspected of being involved in additional auto burglaries in the metro area and investigators with the Madison Police Department are working with the Louisiana State Police and the respective jurisdictions to arrange the transfer of the two females back to the State of Mississippi where they will face multiple charges to include Accessory to Auto Burglary. 

Williams and Jackson are still on the run.

The last known whereabouts of these two individuals was in the Louisiana/Mississippi area. 

They may be traveling to the southeast United States in an unknown vehicle.  Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to call the Madison Police Department at (601) 856-6111.

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