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Authorities search for suspects involved in fatal Mount Pleasant shooting

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One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41. One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41.
One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41. One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41.
Sheriff Al Cannon says the body was discovered sitting in an idling car. Sheriff Al Cannon says the body was discovered sitting in an idling car.
One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41. One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41.
MOUNT PLEASANT, SC -

Officials are still investigating a murder in Mount Pleasant. One man was found dead in his car around 11:00am at the end of Dingle road, just off of Highway 41.

Sheriff Al Cannon says 22-year-old Solomon Ancrum, of North Charleston, was discovered sitting in an idling car. Officials are currently processing the scene before the car can be moved.

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Deputies are looking for 3-black males in their late teens or early 20's. One was wearing a red shirt with green shorts, another was wearing a green shirt with black shorts, a third was wearing a white tank top with tan shorts.

Sheriff Al Cannon said he does not believe the suspects or victims live in the area.

News 2 has a crew on scene and will bring you more information as it becomes available.  

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