Inlet man faces charges in case of missing Aynor woman

  • Thursday, March 6, 2014

Robinson in a mugshot from J. Reuben Long Detention Center. Pipkin in a Facebook photo

A Murrells Inlet man has been charged with obstructing justice in the case of a missing Aynor mother, police said.

Angela “Angie” Grace Pipkin, 32, was last seen on Jan. 16 when she was spotted getting into a car at the IGA on Main Street of Aynor, officials say.

Later Pipkin, who has two children, was seen on security cameras at about 9:30 p.m. at the Wilco Food Mart at 6222 Highway 707, Myrtle Beach.

A vigil took place for Pipkin and a missing man, Zack Malinowski, on Saturday at Aynor Town Park.

Pipkin is a graduate of Aynor High School.

Randy Gale Robinson, 46, of Murrells Inlet was charged last week after police say that he gave “misleading information” in Pipkin’s case on or about Jan. 26 — 10 days after Pipkin was last seen.

Pipkin was reported missing on Jan. 22.


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