Crime

Biloxi man still at large after Love My Pets burglary

Charles Elton Fayard
Charles Elton Fayard

Police arrested an Ocean Springs woman and are still looking for a Biloxi man in connection with a burglary at Love My Pets on July 23.

Police say Charles Elton Fayard, 54, of the 800 block of Rustwood Drive is still at large.

Nichole Ann Anderson, 28, of the 9000 block of Point Aux Chenes Drive was arrested and charged with one count of commercial burglary. Police say she is in the Ocean Springs jail and bond was set at $25,000.

The two were identified by a surveillance video obtained by Detective Lt. Bruce Spearnock. The video showed the two forced entry into the rear door of Love My Pets dog grooming business. Police said an unspecified amount of money was taken from the cash register.

Fayard’s name has been entered in the National Crime Information Center database. Anyone with information on this case or his whereabouts are asked to contact Ocean Springs Police at 875-2211 or Crime Stoppers at 877-787-5898.

Sun Herald staff writer Robin Fitzgerald contributed to this report.

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