Police release surveillance stills in gas station shooting, robbery

VIDEO: Police search for person of interest in North Charleston robbery, shooting

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - North Charleston Police released stills from surveillance cameras showing a man they are looking for in connection with an early-morning shooting and robbery.

Police say the person pictured in the stills is a person of interest in the incident at the BP Gas Station in the 2700 block of Ashley Phosphate Road. Police say an unknown person entered the gas station, shot the owner and robbed the store of several hundred dollars in cash.

North Charleston Police released surveillance images in connection with an early-morning shooting Monday at an Ashley Phosphate gas station.
North Charleston Police released surveillance images in connection with an early-morning shooting Monday at an Ashley Phosphate gas station. (Source: North Charleston Police)
North Charleston Police released surveillance images in connection with an early-morning shooting Monday at an Ashley Phosphate gas station.
North Charleston Police released surveillance images in connection with an early-morning shooting Monday at an Ashley Phosphate gas station. (Source: North Charleston Police)

When officers arrived, they found a male victim inside the store suffering from gunshot wounds, Deputy Chief Scott Deckard said.

EMS took the victim to an area hospital.

Anyone who recognizes the person in the stills or has information about the shooting is asked to call North Charleston Detective D. Woods at 843-740-2888, the North Charleston Police Tip Line at 843-607-2076 or Crime Stoppers of the Lowcountry at 843-554-1111.

Crime scene tape is reportedly wrapped around both entrances to the gas station, prohibiting anyone from entering.
Crime scene tape is reportedly wrapped around both entrances to the gas station, prohibiting anyone from entering. (Source: Live 5)

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