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Deputies search for woman, 3 men in deadly weekend attack

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) -

Richland County Sheriff's deputies have released more information in an assault that killed one man and left two others severely beaten. Tuesday investigators released descriptions of the woman and three men wanted in the attack.

Deputies say at about 2 a.m. on March 15, a woman approached several men outside Latino's Bar and Grill on Old Percival Road and solicited them for sex. Three men left the bar with the woman and went to a house in the 1600 block of Fairlamb Avenue, where two men were severely beaten and robbed and one man was shot and killed.

Investigators believe the woman and three other men followed the victims to the house and attacked them there.

Richland CountyCoroner Gary Watts identified the man who was killed as 39-year-old  Luis EnriqueContreras-Teran.

Sheriff Leon Lott says the woman is described as light-skinned, possibly black or Hispanic with shoulder-length hair, weave or wig, 5'-7" to 5'-11" tall, 150 pounds and 18-22 years old. One man is described as a tall and heavy-set in his 30's, another is described as young and thin with long, braided hair, and the other is thin and shorter with short hair.

Deputies say they are believed to have be in a light color vehicle, possibly gray, beige or tan.

If you know anything that can help investigators find the people responsible for this attack, call Crimestoppers at 1-888-Crime-SC.

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