UPDATED: 4 Killed In Upstate Shooting

Main + Stone Issues Statement

Ed Jenson
July 14, 2017 - 1:19 am

Main & Stones issued the following statement:

"The Main and Stone family is heartbroken at the tragic loss of one of our residents. We wish to thank all of our residents, our retail tenants, the Greenville City Police and the Greenville community for the outpouring of support throughout last night’s sad chain of events. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of our resident, as well the three additional victims who perished in Pickens County. The Greenville City Police arrived on the scene, acted swiftly and communicated thoroughly to ensure residents' safety. We are truly grateful for their efforts and for performing their duties with compassion."

Four people are dead following a shooting spree that began Thursday afternoon in downtown Greenville and ended Thursday night in Easley.

Greenville Police say 28 year old Meredith Rahme was shot and killed Thursday afternoon in her car inside the parking garage at Main Street and Stone Avenue in downtown Greenville.

Then Thursday night, the Pickens county sheriff's office found the suspects vehicle at the Greenville-Pickens county speedway. Inside, they discovered the bodies of three other people who were shot to death.

Officials said the names of the victims in Easley will not be released until family members are notified.

Click below to hear a statement from Pickens County Chief Deputy Creed Hashe

Pickens Chief Deputy-Creed Hash.mp3

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