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Police: Man found shot in parking lot of N. Charleston apartment complex dies

Crime scene tape up at Bradley Square Apartments (Source: Live 5) Crime scene tape up at Bradley Square Apartments (Source: Live 5)
Police on scene in the 6600 block of Rivers Avenue (Source: Live 5) Police on scene in the 6600 block of Rivers Avenue (Source: Live 5)
Police chief Reggie Burgess on-scene Tuesday morning (Source: Live 5) Police chief Reggie Burgess on-scene Tuesday morning (Source: Live 5)
NORTH CHARLESTON - (WCSC) -

North Charleston police say the victim from the Tuesday morning shooting at a North Charleston apartment complex has died.

The Charleston County Coroner's Office has identified the victim as 29-year-old Nequan Martin of North Charleston.  

Just after 6 a.m., officers were called to the Bradley Square Apartments where they found a man lying in the parking lot with gunshot wounds, according to North Charleston police spokesman Spencer Pryor.

Investigators described the suspect as a black male in his 20’s to early 30’s, 6’2”, 200 pounds, with a medium to dark complexion, shoulder length dreads, and wearing white wash gray jeans and a neon green safety vest.

Crime scene tape could be seen near the entrance of the complex.

A witness on scene also said she heard four gunshots. 

North Charleston police chief Reggie Burgess was also spotted on-scene talking with investigators. 

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