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Pamelia Gravely - Source: WBTW Pamelia Gravely - Source: WBTW

Police in North Charleston are investigating the shooting death of a woman found near the Tanger Outlets Monday night.

Officers responded to Tanger Outlet Blvd just after 11 p.m. when they found 41-year-old Pamelia Gravely of Myrtle Beach, shot and killed in the roadway. Police say Gravely had an escort page a the website called backpage.com.

Several witnesses say a white male and female were seen walking up behind Gravely when they heard a "pop" sound and a scream. 

Witnesses say the two suspects were then seen, running towards Hotel Road with a bag.  The pair then entered a dark colored SUV, which was driven by and unknown third suspect.
 
Police say Gravely was staying at a hotel around Tanger Outlets, but was not in the area to patronize any of the stores.    

Suspect information:

  • White male with a stocky build around 6' tall, wearing a powder blue shirt and khaki pants
  • White female in her early 20's about 5' tall, wearing a black or blue camisole shirt and shorts
  • White male in his late teens or early 20's, wearing a black hat (driver of the vehicle)

If you have any information you are asked to call the North Charleston Police Department or Crimestoppers at 554-11-11.

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