The man who was found shot to death outside a North Charleston post office Tuesday was located through the tracking device in his SUV after this brother became concerned that he was missing, according to the incident report released today.
North Charleston police have no motives or suspects yet in the shooting death of 30-year-old Kareen Wylder of North Charleston, spokesman Spencer Pryor said today.
Wylder was found shot to death inside his Chevrolet Tahoe shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday outside the Pinehaven post office on McMillan Avenue. Wylder was shot at least twice, in the upper right shoulder and the top of the head, according to the incident report. An autopsy conducted today confirmed that he died of multiple gunshot wounds, Charleston County Deputy Coroner Kelly Kraus said.
Wylder’s brother found him in the passenger seat of the SUV, according to the report. Wylder had been missing since Monday night. His brother called Wylder’s girlfriend, who called the dealership where the SUV had been bought. The dealership tracked the SUV to the post office through the GPS tracking device in the SUV.
A man who had stopped at the post office on his way to work saw loved ones screaming near Wylder’s body, and he called 911.
“Oh my God,” the caller said, according to a copy of the 911 recording released this afternoon under the S.C. Freedom of Information Act. “I think he’s dead. It looks like he got shot in the head.”
Andrew Knapp contributed to this report. Reach Dave Munday at 937-5553 or twitter.com/dmunday.