Berkeley coroner: 22-year-old found in woods near Alvin was shot to death
June Guerry, 22, one of two women whose bodies were found this week in the Francis Marion National Forest, was fatally shot, Berkeley Country Coroner Bill Salisbury said this afternoon.
An autopsy today determined that cause of death, but Salisbury wouldn’t say how many times or on what part of the body the Alvin woman was shot.
Guerry’s body was found Wednesday near Greenwood Road in Alvin, a day after deputies discovered the body of her 18-year-old friend, Dana Woods.
Woods’ car was burned near Cane Gully Road in the Cordesville community, and she was shot about 75 yards away.
Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Dan Moon said investigators have developed no suspects in the double homicide, but they were still interviewing people and reviewing video footage.
Relatives last saw the duo Sunday night at Woods’ grandmother’s house in Pinopolis. Woods called her mother, Jennifer Hill, to say that they were leaving to get food at a Burger King in Moncks Corner, where they were spotted by two employees.
That was the last contact that family members had with the two.
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