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The suspect returned and asked how much the victim had to pay the lawyer. The victim gave the woman $1,800 cash, and the suspect asked for more. "The female said, 'Do you have any more because we will be dividing $20,000, but remember it has to sit in the bank six months or something like that,'" reports state. The victim told them she had more money in the bank and they drove her through the Bank of Clarendon drive-thru, where the victim withdrew $2,000 more in cash. The victim told police the suspects then told her they paid the lawyer and that everything was now set. "The female said she had to go to Florence to buy a BMW," reports indicate. Elms said when it comes to something like the above case, if it seems too good to be true, it is. "You should never give money to folks you don't know," he said. "These people take advantage of the elderly, especially. I'm hoping that someone recognizes the clothes these women are wearing or the description and we can help this victim out." Anyone with information is asked to call the Manning Police Department at (803) 435-8859. Callers may remain anonymous.