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Conway police release photos of Belk assault suspects

Call Conway police at 843.248.1790 if you have any information on the suspects pictured. (Source: Conway Police Department) Call Conway police at 843.248.1790 if you have any information on the suspects pictured. (Source: Conway Police Department)
Call Conway police at 843.248.1790 if you have any information on the suspects pictured. (Source: Conway Police Department) Call Conway police at 843.248.1790 if you have any information on the suspects pictured. (Source: Conway Police Department)

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) - A woman called police after she said she was assaulted in the parking lot at a Belk department store in Conway.

The woman told police two suspects cut in front of her in line, while waiting to purchase items at Belk.

After the two suspects made their purchases, a witness to the incident said something to the suspect, which made her angry, according to the police report.

The suspect reportedly told the woman she would be waiting for her in the parking lot.

Once outside, the woman told police the suspect spit on her and bumped her in a chest-to-chest fashion before leaving the parking lot.

The suspect was possibly riding in a white in color vehicle and fled the scene prior to officer's arrival.

During the investigation video surveillance was obtained and attached are two photographs of the suspect and the person that drove the suspect from the scene.

The female that committed the assault is described as possibly being 5 feet 2 inches to 5 feet 5 inches tall and approximately 150 pounds with blonde hair. She is also described as possibly being 35-45 years of age. 

In the photographs, she is the female in the blue sweater

Police said surveillance video has been collected. If you have any information, call police at 843-248-1790.

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