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Spartanburg Police Investigate Homicide

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Courtesy: Spartanburg Police Department Courtesy: Spartanburg Police Department
Courtesy: Spartanburg Police Department Courtesy: Spartanburg Police Department
Spartanburg Police are asking for help to identify a woman in connection with a homicide investigation.
Investigators released photos Monday of a woman they want to find as part of an ongoing investigation of the crime. 
The department didn't release and specific information about the homicide.
Anyone with information about the woman in these photos is asked to call SPD Investigator Jim Gardiner at (864) 590-9082.

You can also provide information anonymously by calling Crime Stoppers at 1 (888) CRIME-SC.
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