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Second suspect in downtown armed robbery surrenders to police

Tavia Wiggins Tavia Wiggins
Raymond Eurie Jr. and Lakeith Edwards Raymond Eurie Jr. and Lakeith Edwards
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

Police have arrested another suspect in connection to an armed robbery in downtown earlier this month.

The Charleston Police Department says 22-year-old Tavia Wiggins surrendered to police at 2 p.m. on Friday and was charged with armed robbery.

Wiggins is the latest arrest police have made in the June 9 armed robbery in the area of Pitt and Montagu streets. Another suspect, 21-year-old Raymond Eurie Jr. surrendered to police on June 15. Eurie is also charged with armed robbery. 

The third suspect, 25-year-old Lakeith Edwards is still wanted by the police in reference to the armed robbery.

Anyone with information about Edwards can call Charleston Police at 577-7434 or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.

Investigators say the victim was sitting in his vehicle about 11:10 p.m. when the incident happened. According to a police report, the male suspects opened the driver side door and passenger side door and robbed the victim.

The female suspect stood near the vehicle while the victim was being robbed. The investigation is continuing.

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