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Coroner identifies man killed in downtown Charleston shooting

Police on the scene on Hagood Avenue for a reported shooting. (Source: Live 5 News) Police on the scene on Hagood Avenue for a reported shooting. (Source: Live 5 News)
Picture of the suspect wanted by CPD. (Source: Live 5 News) Picture of the suspect wanted by CPD. (Source: Live 5 News)
Emergency crews on Hagood Avenue after one person was shot Monday night. (Source: Live 5 News) Emergency crews on Hagood Avenue after one person was shot Monday night. (Source: Live 5 News)
CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

The Charleston County Coroner's Office has identified a 19-year-old man who was killed in a shooting in downtown. 

Authorities say 19-year-old De’Andre Gregg of Charleston died on Monday at Hagood Avenue at Ashton Street. 

Officers are searching for 19-year-old Tyrone Lamar Council II on charges of murder and possession of a firearm during the possession of a violent crime. 

"If anybody has information on his whereabouts please contact Charleston Consolidated Dispatch at (843) 743-7200, or Crime Stoppers at (843) 554-1111," CPD officials said. 

Police believe there was an altercation between the victim and the suspect.

Below is a video report from the investigation scene Monday night: 

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