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24-year-old wanted in connection to parking lot attack

Edwin Maurice Sellers (Source: Dillon Police Department) Edwin Maurice Sellers (Source: Dillon Police Department)
Maurice Dontrell McCallum (Source: Dillon Police Department) Maurice Dontrell McCallum (Source: Dillon Police Department)
Dillon, SC -

DILLON, SC (WMBF) - A 27-year-old has turned himself into the Dillon Police Department after investigators claimed he and another man were connected to a parking lot assault on June 11.

Police were called to 305 Radford Blvd. just before 1 a.m. on June 11 in reference to an assault, and upon arrival, learned two suspects allegedly beat a 45-year-old man. A witness told police the two suspects left the scene of the attack in a silver Buick LeSable, driven by a female driver.

The victim, according to investigators, suffered a broken nose and two fractured eye sockets. He was transported to McLeod Medical Center to receive treatment immediately after the attack.

On Monday, Edwin Maurice Sellers, 27, of Dillon, turned himself into the Dillon Police Department. A second suspect, identified as Maurice Dontrell McCallum, 24, of Hamer, remains at large.

Anyone with information on the location of McCallum is asked to call the Dillon Police Department immediately.

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