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Florence police seek suspect in Friday night shooting
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Florence police seek suspect in Friday night shooting

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FLORENCE, S.C. — Florence police investigators are asking for the public's assistance to find a man wanted in connection with a shooting at a Florence convenience store.

Florence police at 10:44 p.m. responded to a reported shooting at Cruizers at 1524 W. Palmetto St. and found a shooting victim, according to the Florence Police Department.

Investigators determined that the victim was shot following an argument with a person in a vehicle and that the suspect had fled the area.

The victim was transported to a Florence-area hospital by medics with Florence County EMS.

Investigators obtained arrest warrants for Traquan Tyreek Dillon on charges of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during a violent crime.

Anyone with information about the shooting or Dillon's whereabouts is asked to contact Cpl. Herman at 843-665-3191 or therman@cityofflorence.com.

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