17-year-old wanted by Sanford, Georgia police for shootings, home invasions

A 17-year-old with ties to the Sanford area is wanted by police across multiple counties for his involvement in several, violent home invasions and shootings.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has issued a be on the lookout (BOLO) alert for Roderick Hillman, who is wanted for a string of robberies and shootings.

According to the Sanford Police Department, Hillman is a suspect in a shooting that occurred on September 30 within the department’s jurisdiction.

Georgia law enforcement officials say that Hillman was involved in multiple violent home invasions and armed robberies in Coffee County and Atkinson County, Georgia.

Authorities say that during the month of June, Hillman and his accomplices targeted migrant communities in Southeast Georgia.

Hillman may be armed and dangerous. He is described as having brown eyes and black hair. He stands 5’8″ and weighs 120 pounds, according to police.

If you have any information on Hillman, contact 911, or reach out to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at 800-597-8477. Anonymous tips can also be made online.

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