Sheriff's deputies in South Carolina say the discovery of a man's body in a car is connected to a home invasion
FINGERVILLE, S.C. (AP) — Sheriff’s deputies in South Carolina say the discovery of a man’s body in a car is connected to a home invasion.
Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Lt. Kevin Bobo said in a news release that investigators think the discovery of the body of 37-year-old Jamie Lee Miller of Chesnee is connected to a nearby home invasion. Miller’s body was found in a car near state Highway 11 Saturday evening.
Bobo says two people were taken into custody Sunday. He has not released their names yet or the charges they face.
The coroner’s office has not released a cause of death yet for Miller.
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No other details were immediately available.