A woman with ties to the Myrtle Beach area is wanted in connection to a murder of a 68-year-old man in Orangeburg.
Police say Tyekiva Harvin is wanted on a murder charge. The Times and Democrat in Orangeburg reported Harvin is a Myrtle Beach resident.
Orangeburg Department of Public Safety Chief Mike Adams said they believe Harvin has ties to the Sumter-Florence-Myrtle Beach area. Officials believe she left the Orangeburg area.
“This individual we believe is a danger,” Adams said. “A danger to anyone she comes in contact with.”
Anyone who sees Harvin should immediately call their local police agency and not approach her, Adams said.
Harvin is known to use the aliases “Paris Miller” and “Ty.” She is described as a black woman, standing 5-feet-10-inches tall and weighing 204 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes.
Officers say Harvin and another suspect beat 68-year-old Bobby Huggins and then shot him multiple times. Police found Huggins on Sunday, and he was initially alive, but died at the hospital.
Adams said Huggins allowed Harvin to occasionally stay at his residence.
“We will be relentless,” Adams said in their search for Harvin.
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